Cyprus tourism revenue hits new high

Cyprus tourism stakeholders are rejoicing as revenues continue to soar, surpassing the 2019 levels, considered the island’s peak year for tourism, according to data from the Statistical Service. The travelers’ survey for

‘Αvoid all travel to Lebanon’

In an updated Foreign Ministry advisory, Cypriot nationals are warned to avoid all travel to Lebanon. In a Travel Advice issued on Sunday, the Ministry said it is closely monitoring the situation in


Flights to UK running normally

Flights from Larnaca and Paphos to the UK are carried out smoothly, said Maria Kouroupi, senior manager at airports operator Hermes. She told CAN: “Following the problem that occurred on Monday with


Airlines encouraged to create Cyprus hub

Cyprus has introduced an incentive scheme for airlines to relocate their base to the island, as aircraft carrying a Cypriot flag are now exempted from stamp duties. Following Parliamentary approval, aircraft registered


Cyprus exceeding pre-COVID connectivity

The European air connectivity report reveals incomplete and imbalanced recovery, pointing to systemic changes in the aviation market, although Cyprus is among the few doing better post-pandemic. ACI EUROPE Monday published the

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