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Cyprus tourist arrivals reached 202.256 in March of this year compared to 184.263 in March 2023, recording an increase of 9,8 percent. For the period of January – March, arrivals of tourists totalled 415.251 compared to 393.893 in the corresponding period of 2023, recording an increase of 5,4 percent.

Cyprus Statistical Service (CYSTAT) announced the expansion of its presence in the world of social media with the launch of its official Instagram account (@cystat_cy). Based on its established presence on X and Facebook, CYSTAT is now reaching out to a broader audience of users through Instagram.

The Cyprus Statistical Service announced the publication of the bimonthly bulletin ‘Monthly Economic Indicators’ for the period January-February of this current year.

Based on the results of the Passengers Survey carried out by the Statistical Service, Cyprus revenue from tourism reached EUR45,2 million in January of this year compared to EUR45,6 million in the corresponding month of 2023, recording a decrease of 0,9 percent.

The arrivals of tourists reached 125.034 this February compared to 119.081 in February 2023, recording an increase of five percent.

The traditional streets of Piale Pasha area in Larnaca have seen their local character given a new makeover via a slew of projects in recent years that have respectfully upgraded the area in-line with its traditional character, including two projects completed at the start of this year. 

March 14 marked the opening ceremony of Cyprus Airways Ticketing Office in Larnaca Airport, which enables Cyprus Airways to assist passengers directly and foster a relationship of trust and commitment among the airline and its target market.

Beyond the airlines commitment to enhance connectivity and provide a seamless travel experience characterised by comfort, convenience, and unparalleled hospitality on board and on the ground, Cyprus Airways’ aim is to create a rich and diverse schedule that satisfies more than just the need for transportation.

Based on the results of the passenger’s survey carried out by the Statistical Service, revenue from tourism in Cyprus reached EUR74,3 million in December 2023 compared to EUR57,6 million in the corresponding month of 2022, recording an increase of 29 percent.

Larnaka Tourism Board (LTB) held its annual trade tour for employees in the tourism and hotel industry today with the aim of familiarising them with new or lesser-known places of interest and tourist activities within Larnaca region.