Hermes Airports marked Larnaca and Pafos airports’ success in passing a passenger traffic milestone by honouring the 10 millionth passenger.
Aiming to increase levels of safety and security at both Cyprus’ hubs, Hermes Airports has recently announced that the European Union’s (EU) Regulation 2017/458 which provides a new procedure for the cross-checking of European citizens is now active.
In order to commemorate World Tourism Day, which is celebrated every year on September 27, Hermes Airport displayed educational spots on the screens of Larnaka International Airport and Pafos International Airport, while also distributing World Tourism Organization’s advisory brochures.
Aiming to continuously enhance its services, Hermes Airports has recently installed four automatic electronic entry gates (e-gates) at Pafos International Airport.
According to Airports Council International (ACI) Europe, passenger traffic at European airports rose nine percent year-on-year in the first half of the year (H1).
Aiming to establish itself as one of the major Cyprus-based carriers, Blue Air, has recently welcomed its third aircraft to Cyprus, further expanding its fleet at Larnaka International Airport to offer more destinations and frequencies on existing routes.
Cyprus Airways and S7 Airlines have announced a codeshare agreement on St. Petersburg – Larnaca itinerary, operating three times weekly as of June 08.
Hermes Airports has been recently accredited with three leading international awards in the fields of occupational health and safety and the environment, confirming the company’s leading position in the aviation scene.
According to Airports Council International Europe’s Airport Traffic Report, in the first quarter (Q1), Larnaka International Airport was ranked third in terms of passenger growth in the category of European hubs that welcome between five and 10 million passengers annually.
Larnaka International Airport has recently received additional automatic-electronic gates, bringing the total in operation to seven.