Cyprus Airways announces the launch of ticket sales for flights to Heraklion, Rhodes and Skiathos for the summer season.
According to Leptos Group, the area of Paphos, one of the most beautiful regions in the Mediterranean, has once again come out on top for attracting the majority of European and Non-European buyers and entrepreneurs.
On the basis of the results of the Cyprus Passenger Survey, revenue from tourism reached EUR293,8 million in October 2018 compared to EUR277,1 million in the corresponding month of 2017, recording an increase of six percent.
Post Office Travel Money in the UK, via a recent survey, advised travellers where to get more value for their money.
A day filled with surprises and joy awaited all children at Makarios Hospital this holiday season, as they had the chance to meet the impressive, The Mall of Cyprus’s real Santa Claus and get photographed with him.
During his visit, Santa Claus, accompanied by the KEANITA mascot, offered gifts to all children, spreading happiness and smiles. Santa came to Cyprus from snowy Lapland for the traditional four-day activity at The Mall of Cyprus, during which he was photographed with his little friends a few days before the new year, with the valuable support of KEANITA, children’s favourite juice drink.
On December 22, 2018 in a festive atmosphere, Blue Air crew and staff visited the paediatric aisle of Makarios Hospital in Nicosia.
After their own initiative, flight attendants and pilots have given gifts to the young children who are currently being hospitalized, sharing the message of love and compassion.
It is worth mentioning that a significant number of necessary items and equipment were offered to the paediatric aisle of Makarios Hospital.
Certification for efforts to reduce carbon dioxide emissions has been accomplished by Hermes Airports which acquired the Level 3 of the Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) Certification for the reduction of its carbon dioxide emissions. This took place just one year after the acquisition of the ACI Airport Carbon Accreditation Level 2.
Savvas Perdios has been appointed as the first deputy minister for tourism for Cyprus. Perdios’s appointment was announced by Nicos Anastasiades, president, Republic of Cyprus on December 27.
Within the framework of ‘Expanding Experiences’, The Mall of Cyprus parking area, which was delivered to the public on December 21, has been remodelled to provide parking convenience and ease, making customers’ visits even more comfortable and joyful any time of the day. Specifically, two extra levels, a mezzanine and a first floor, have been added to the existing basement and ground floor, allowing for 300 new additional parking spots.
The Cyprus Shipping Chamber, as part of its continuous socio-economic and philanthropic contribution, held its annual blood donation drive on December 19 at Ygia Polyclinic Private Hospital in Limassol, during which a large number of employees of its Member-companies participated.