East2 is bringing their latest cutting-edge technology to life through a collaboration with Cyprus Airways to appropriately reward all customers for their loyalty. Delivering a world-class traveller eco-system, East2 will empower Cyprus Airways through meaningful customer engagement and offering passengers instant rewards that reach much further than flights alone.
Century Travel, a renowned cruise specialist in Cyprus, has recently announced its partnership with Explora Journeys, having been chosen by Explora Journeys as preferred sales representative for Cyprus.
Larnaka Tourism Board (LTB) organised its annual familiarisation trip on March 15 for personnel of Larnaca hotels, local travel agencies, tour guides and other employees within the tourism industry. The annual trip aims to acquaint participants with new points of interest added to the Larnaca region tourism product each year.
Cyprus Airways, the flag-carrying airline of Cyprus, recently announced its winter flight schedule during which it will be operating to 13 destinations with 51 weekly flights.
According to the results of the Cyprus Labour Force Survey (LFS), the labour force in the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2022 amounted to 489.650 persons or 65,5 percent of the population (males 71 percent females’ 60,4 percent) in comparison to 473.537 persons (64,5 percent) in the corresponding quarter of 2021.
Heartbroken over the impending closure of the Aradippou Shelter, Shoebox, a family-owned chain in Cyprus, is taking a stand to save the lives of abandoned dogs.
Melco Cyprus, operator of Cyprus Casinos (C2) and the upcoming integrated resort City of Dreams Mediterranean, Cyprus’ first integrated resort, recently celebrated its fifth anniversary since opening the first licenced establishment in the Republic.
The best performing February ever at Cyprus Airports, was this February with a 10 percent increase in comparison to the passenger traffic of February in 2019, a record year in terms of passenger traffic. In total, more than 454,000 passengers travelled to and from Larnaca and Paphos airports.
On the basis of the results of the Passenger Survey carried out by the Statistical Service, Cyprus’s revenue from tourism reached EUR57,6 million in December 2022 compared to EUR54,0 million in December 2021, recording an increase of 6,7 percent.