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On the basis of the results of the Passenger Survey carried out by the Statistical Service, Cyprus’ revenue from tourism reached EUR104,2 million in November 2021 compared to EUR6,6 million in November 2020 and EUR95,0 million in November 2019. 

On January 01,  2021, the median  age of the EU’s  population hit 44.1 years, 0.2 years more than in 2020. It increased by 2.5 years (on average by 0.25 years per annum) from 41.6 years in 2011. This means that half of the EU’s population was older than 44.1 years, while the other half was younger. 

On account of the ongoing uncertainty and travel disruption due to the pandemic worldwide, the organisers of the Limassol Boat Show 2022, Dacor Advertising & Media and Limassol Marina, announced that the re-launch of the largest boat show in the Eastern Mediterranean region, will be re-scheduled for October 14-16 of this year.

Yiannis Karousos, minister of transport, communications & works, Cyprus, marked the completion of the upgrades at the Archaeological Museum of the Larnaka District during his visit to the fully renovated wings, and in the presence of the mayor of Larnaca, the presidents of Larnaka Chamber of Commerce & Industry and Larnaka Tourism Board, members of Parliament of the Larnaca and Ammochostos regions, as well as officers of the Department of Antiquities and members of the local media.

Cyprus arrivals of tourists reached 96,928 in December 2021 compared to 9,682 in December 2020, and to 110,330 tourist arrivals in December 2019.

DP World Limassol in January 31, officially welcomed what is hailed as the world’s biggest cruise ship, Royal Caribbean International’s Wonder of the Seas.

Ayia Napa Marina is entering a new era, announcing the launch of its Event Centre, a one-of-a-kind architectural marvel designed to accommodate all types of high-level, corporate, social, private, or international events.

The Cyprus Ministry of Transport, Communications and Works announced the completion of the receipt and installation of 80 Border Xpress Kiosks at the Larnaca and Paphos airports.

The Cyprus Shipping Chamber was established on 26 January 1989, and constitutes the trade association of the Shipping Industry in Cyprus.