Eurocypria was established in 1990 as a subsidiary of Cyprus Airways to act as a holiday flight to Western Europe. The flight service started in 1992 with two new aircraft type Airbus A320. She was the first charter airline of Cyprus. One goal of the airline since then was the connection between Europe and Cyprus has direct connections.
In April 1993 and March 2001 were then added to each another A320 fleet. To be always up to date, the fleet was renewed in 2003. All machines were replaced and were from that time now as the Boeing 737-800.
In 2003 the airline carried 500 178 passengers. The company was also committed to social, so some flights were held as a fundraiser for Cypriot children. During a restructuring measure Cyprus Airways sold in June 2006 for the Eurocypria 13,450,000.00 Cyprus pounds (23.4 million €) to the Cypriot government. Thus, although both airlines were Cyprus, but since they were selling against a competitor.
In November 2010 it was announced that the government Eurocypria will dissolve after the EU had not allowed a merger with Cyprus Airways and the state could not sustain two competing airlines. On 4th November Eurocypria has filed for bankruptcy. Since 13 November the airline will no more flights out.