Cyprus Airways recently announced its July 2023 results during which it carried 77,656 passengers, 70 percent more passengers than carried during the same month in 2022, (July 2022: 45,578).
Wizz Air announced a significant milestone as it celebrated carrying six million passengers to/from Larnaca International Airport.
Cyprus arrivals of tourists reached 523.718 in July compared to 454.657 in July 2022, recording an increase of 15,2 percent.
The Cyprus Department of Meteorology during this July has reported particularly high temperatures prevailed in the island and in general throughout the Southern European region.
Melco Resorts & Entertainment, operator of City of Dreams Mediterranean and Cyprus Casinos (C2), has been honoured with two accolades by the Cyprus Responsible Business, Sales Excellence και HR Awards 2022.
Based on the results of the Passengers Survey carried out by the Statistical Service, Cyprus revenue from tourism reached EUR311,0 million in May compared to EUR221,0 million in the corresponding month in 2022, recording an increase of 40,7 percent.
The Department of Antiquities, Deputy Ministry of Culture, announced the completion of the third underwater investigation at Dreamer’s Bay on the southern shores of Akrotiri Peninsula, in Cyprus.
Cyprus Airways ha on August 09 operated the first commercial flight with its new flagship aircraft in its fleet, the Airbus A220. The flight, (CY310), was operated to the Greek capital, Athens, the most popular destination on the Island’s flag carrier’s network.
The pandemic is under control and inflation also appears to be far away: Cyprus is enjoying a rush of visitors this summer.
Cyprus Airways announced this year’s June results during which it carried 59,110 passengers, doubling last year’s figures (June 2022: 29,979).