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The council of ministers recently adopted a proposal providing for a mandatory self-isolation for 72 hours and the carrying out of a PCR laboratory test 72 hours after arrival, to all passengers arriving from category A and B countries, thus strengthening the measures implemented at the airports of the Republic since their re-opening in the summer of 2020.

A total number of 17,958 residents of Cyprus returned from a trip abroad in December 2020, compared to 144,619 in the corresponding month of 2019, recording a decrease of 87,6 percent.

The arrivals of travellers in September of this year reached 119,426 compared to 679,628 in September 2019, recording a decrease of 82,4 percent.

Larnaca and Paphos Airports have been accredited with the Airport Health Accreditation by the Airports Council International (ACI) World.

Hermes Airports recognising the importance of the advanced technological applications and innovations has proceeded with the installation of the Tagomat and Bagomat kiosks at Larnaca and Paphos airports.

Hermes Airports supports the latest initiative of Sophia For Children, and hosted the Giraffes for Hope’ exhibition.

Ryanair announced two new routes from Cyprus to the Netherlands and Poland, commencing  August 03 as part of its extended summer 2020 schedule.

Hermes Airports was honoured with two accolades at the Business4Climate & Energy Efficiency Network Awards, in an awards ceremony that was held on October 24 in Nicosia.

Hemres Airports has announced that there will be new routes and more than 300,000 seats to be added to the winter season’s flight schedule. The 300,000 seats represents a nine percent increase compared to the 2018-2019 season.

Just six months after receiving the Level 3 ACA Certification, Hermes Airports acquired the fourth and highest level of the ACA Certification for Larnaca and Paphos airports, which relates to the provision of compensation for carbon dioxide emissions.