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Total seat capacity for fl ights from the Middle East to Europe operated by Emirates, Etihad Airways, Gulf Air and Qatar Airways 2006–2011


operated by Emirates, Etihad Airways, Gulf Air and Qatar Airways 2006–2011 Source: OAG Aviation Solutions Schedules Database.


Total ASKs for fl ights from the Middle East to Europe


Source: OAG Aviation Solutions Schedules Database.


offi cer, Kevin Knight, says: “[Larnaca] attracts strong seasonal leisure traffi c and there is good demand for weekend breaks, even during the off-season. “Inbound, this destination is popular with Australian travellers,


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especially in Sydney and Melbourne where there are well-established Cypriot communities.”


Dublin (population 506,000) has been served with a daily fl ight since 2007 by Etihad, which opened a


premium lounge at the airport last year.


Knight describes Dublin as a “niche market” for the airline, which performed well for traffi c going on to the Indian sub-continent, Asia and Australasia.


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