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Lufthansa plans more flights to woo business travellers

Lufthansa plans more flights to woo business travellers

German airline Lufthansa aims to win back business travellers by increasing the number of flights and improving catering, an executive board member…
Our View: Hotels, like all businesses, will have to adapt to new realities

Our View: Hotels, like all businesses, will have to adapt to new realities

The Paphos district, the main industry of which is tourism, had been dealt an irreparable blow, said the director of the Paphos…
COVID Red Alert for Cyprus Sets Back Tourism Rebound Hopes

COVID Red Alert for Cyprus Sets Back Tourism Rebound Hopes

NICOSIA -- Cyprus' summer plans that tourists would come to help partially offset businesses losses because of COVID-19 lockdowns were undercut after…
Hoteliers see quiet June, hope business will pick up in July

Hoteliers see quiet June, hope business will pick up in July

June is likely to see few visitors in Cyprus, but there is cautious optimism as far as July and August are concerned,…
Russia, after intense negotiations, agrees to start flights to Cyprus on May 1

Russia, after intense negotiations, agrees to start flights to Cyprus on May 1

After intense negotiations for several days in Moscow, the Russian Federation has agreed to restart regular flights to Cyprus on May 1,…
Cyprus businesses dismayed at Boris Johnson’s ambiguity on foreign travel

Cyprus businesses dismayed at Boris Johnson’s ambiguity on foreign travel

Prime minister Boris Johnson’s reluctance to confirm the date upon which foreign travel will be permitted for British citizens has extended the…
BoC and IDEA launch ‘Culture Means Business’ podcast series

BoC and IDEA launch ‘Culture Means Business’ podcast series

The Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation, in collaboration with incubator-accelerator IDEA, have launched a new podcast series: ‘Culture means Business’. The series…
Coronavirus: Hoteliers want earlier start for Israel deal to tap Passover business

Coronavirus: Hoteliers want earlier start for Israel deal to tap Passover business

The Hoteliers Association is asking the government to bring forward implementation of an agreement with Israel facilitating travel between the two countries…
Hoteliers urge parties to support state-backed loans for business

Hoteliers urge parties to support state-backed loans for business

The hoteliers’ association (Pasyxe) urged political parties on Friday to back a government bill for state-backed loans to businesses, which would help…
Facing the Challenge – 2021: Announcement of Cooperation for the Rescue of the Cyprus Hotel Sector

Facing the Challenge – 2021: Announcement of Cooperation for the Rescue of the Cyprus...

The companies APC Audit Tax Advisory Ltd and CITR Cyprus Ltd announce their cooperation entitled: Facing the Challenge – 2021. The aim…
“Airlines still see high demand for Cyprus” – Hermes Airports Executive

“Airlines still see high demand for Cyprus” – Hermes Airports Executive

The resurgence of the novel coronavirus in Cyprus has not been kind to its airports. In normal times, Hermes Airports has 70…
Crowne Plaza Limassol Wins Business Hotel of the Year at Cyprus Tourism Awards

Crowne Plaza Limassol Wins Business Hotel of the Year at Cyprus Tourism Awards

On Wednesday 23 September 2020, the 2nd Annual Cyprus Tourism Awards took place at Lemon Park in Nicosia. Crowne Plaza Limassol received…
AmEx issues dismal outlook on business travel spending as profit slumps

AmEx issues dismal outlook on business travel spending as profit slumps

American Express Co on Friday warned that business travel spending would not pick up before early 2022 after reporting underwhelming third-quarter profit…
Coronavirus: Lucrative business from anchored cruise ships

Coronavirus: Lucrative business from anchored cruise ships

Nine cruise ships from Carnival cruise line and their sister companies are currently anchored off Limassol, after journeys were cancelled due to…
Business fined €2,000 for irregularities in recycling electronic equipment

Business fined €2,000 for irregularities in recycling electronic equipment

Authorities fined a business €2,000 over irregularities during checks on companies recycling electronic equipment and discovered that another was illegally employing third…

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