On the basis of the results of the Cyprus Passenger Survey carried out by the Statistical Service, revenue from tourism reached EUR56,6 million this February compared to EUR39,6 million in the corresponding month of 2022, recording an increase of 42,9 percent.
The Department of Antiquities, Ministry of Transport, Communications and Works, on April 26 announced the repatriation of over 80 Cypriot antiquities from the US was successfully completed.
Members of Limassol Marina’s wider crew community gathered to enjoy a wonderful evening of fun and entertainment at a cocktail party hosted by Limassol Marina.
Jazeera Airways, Kuwait’s leading low cost carrier recently added Larnaca in Cyprus to its network of new European destinations for the 2023 summer season.
Cyprus Airways announced its March passenger results during which it carried 25,899 passengers (558 percent more than March 2022). Compared to March 2019, before the start of the pandemic, the airline carried 19 percent more passengers (Mar’19: 21,676). During March it operated 325 percent more flights (Mar’22: 63 flights) whilst improving the load factor by 22 percent points. The Airline also announced that it registered its highest forward sales ever, mostly for April, May, and June.
Larnaka Tourism Board (LTB) scooped its fourth consecutive win at the recently held Cyprus Tourism Awards with a Gold award for its ‘Larnaka Sensory Tour for the Blind’.
Cyprus arrivals of tourists reached 184.263 in March of this year, compared to 128.840 in March 2022, recording an increase of 43 percent. For the period of January – March, arrivals of tourists totalled 393.893 compared to 244.705 in the corresponding period of 2022, recording an increase of 61 percent.
Melco Cyprus, operator of Cyprus Casinos (C2) and the upcoming integrated resort (IR), City of Dreams Mediterranean, organised a bicycle trail cleaning and maintenance activity, near Ypsonas on March 12.
On the basis of the results of the Passenger Survey carried out by the Statistical Service, revenue from tourism in Cyprus reached EUR45,6 million this January compared to EUR28,2 million in the corresponding month of the 2022, recording an increase of 61,7 percent.