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Coronavirus: Arrivals from main tourist markets upgraded to red category

The health ministry on Monday upgraded Russia, the UK and Israel, the three biggest markets for Cyprus in terms of tourism, from grey to red category, meaning passengers arriving from those countries do not have to self-isolate upon arrival. They will, however, have to present two negative PCR tests, one[…]

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Airports preparing for passenger influx

Larnaca and Paphos airports are getting ready to welcome an increased number of flights and thousands more passengers from mid-May, according to Transport Minister Yiannis Karousos. Speaking to the Cyprus News Agency on Wednesday, Karousos said he held several meeting with airport officials in the past few weeks to check[…]

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Coronavirus: As Cyprus’ tourism hopes rise, Brits now told ‘hold off’ on booking (Updated)

Just as Cyprus began to raise its hopes of an influx of British tourists from the end of May, and with preparations underway to take bookings from April1, according to the tourism ministry, UK Transport Secretary Grant Shapps told Brits on Wednesday it was still too early for them to book a[…]

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CYPRUS: Resumption of flights and reopening of airports

Resumption of flights and reopening of airports with additional security measures decided by the Council of MinistersThe Ministry of Transport, Communications and Works announces that the Council of Ministers has today made the following changes regarding the Action Plan for the gradual resumption of flights and the reopening of airports,[…]

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October weather set new records

October saw unusually high temperatures registered all over Cyprus, with record peaks of over 40 degrees in certain areas of the island. The Athalassa weather station recorded 40.4 degrees on October 7, the maximum temperature ever registered in October since its installation on November 1, 1982. Likewise, the Athienou and[…]

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Ministry updates Covid-19 country categories (updated)

The health ministry has updated the classification of countries as regards Covid-19 and how this impacts arriving passengers. Four countries have been downgraded and two upgraded. There have been no changes for Cyprus’ major travel partners Greece and the UK. Under the new rules that come into effect on September 18:[…]

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TUI resuming flights to Cyprus

British tour and flight operator TUI is resuming flights to Cyprus with 11 flights arriving just this weekend. Following the lockdown and other restrictions due to the pandemic, the company had announced it would not resume flights to the island until after September 4. According to information from airport operator Hermes,[…]

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