Greece-based airline Aegean is to launch new flights from Heathrow to Larnaca following the shutting down of Cyprus Airways last week.
Aegean, which is a member of the Star Alliance, will begin the daily Heathrow-Larnaca route from March 29.
Heathrow will be one of six new Aegean routes from the Cypriot city which will be introduced from that date – the others will be: Beirut, Milan Malpensa, Munich, Paris Charles De Gaulle and RomeFiumicino.
The carrier is also set to launch a new route from Gatwick to Heraklion, Crete, from June 21 with up to six flights per week during the summer season.
Aegean already flies from Heathrow to Athens three times per day and also operates between Gatwick and Athens four times per week during winter.
The airline also announced it will continue its Birmingham-Athens seasonal service this summer and Manchester-Athens will operate year-round instead of summer only.
British Airways has also added flights to Cyprus following the demise of Cyprus Airways. BA is to increase Heathrow to Larnaca services from seven to 13 weekly from March 29.