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The arrivals of Cyprus tourists reached 148,973 in November of this year compared to 8,952 in November 2020, and to 169,392 tourist arrivals in November 2019.

The Cyprus arrivals of travellers in October of this year reached 474,140, compared to 123,023 in October 2020, recording an increase of 285,4 percent.

The Cyprus arrivals of tourists reached 391,638 in October of this year, recording an increase of 288,6 percent compared to October 2020 (during which 100,791 arrivals were recorded), and a decrease of 10,3 percent compared to October 2019 (with 436,509 arrivals).

COVID-19 has had a devastating impact in countries around the world on the tourism industry, local economies, and jobs. Tourist destinations across the globe were forced to close up shop as travel bans and lockdowns left visitor numbers plummeting. 

The arrivals of tourists to Cyprus reached 339,242 in September of this year, recording an increase of 288,4 percent compared to September 2020 (during which 87,334 arrivals were recorded), and a decrease of 35,3 percent compared to September 2019 (with 524,707 arrivals).

On the basis of the results of the Cyprus Passenger Survey carried out by the country’s statistical service, revenue from tourism in Cyprus reached EUR245,7 million in July of this year, compared to EUR42,5 million in July 2020.

A total number of 96,558 residents of Cyprus returned from a trip abroad in August of this year, compared to 43,792 in the corresponding month of 2020, recording an increase of 120,5 percent and 44,2 percent decrease compared to August 2019.

The Cyprus arrivals of tourists reached 321,858 in August of this year, recording an increase of 208,7 percent compared to August 2020 (during which 104,261 arrivals were recorded), and a decrease of 41,9 percent compared to August 2019 (with 553,845 arrivals).

After 18 challenging months due to the pandemic, and with traffic reaching its lowest point, the last few months demonstrate a substantial recovery which bears hopeful messages for a stable upturn, with the hope that the worst is behind us.  

Cyprus arrivals of tourists reached 297,308 in July of this year, recording an increase of 358 percent compared to July 2020 (during which 64,914 arrivals were recorded), and a decrease of 46 percent compared to July 2019 (with 550,971 arrivals).