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Indonesia’s Bali reopens to foreign tourists, but without flights

Indonesia’s Bali reopens to foreign tourists, but without flights

Indonesia’s holiday island of Bali reopened to foreign tourists after 18 months of pandemic hiatus on Thursday, but the island is lacking…
Cyprus Tourist inflow in the winter season through scheduled flights,

Cyprus Tourist inflow in the winter season through scheduled flights,

Tourist inflow in the winter season through scheduled flights, says Tourism Deputy MinisterCNA – CYPRUS/Nicosia 14/10/2021 14:35Tourist inflow to Cyprus in the…
Restaurant review: Tokio, Limassol

Restaurant review: Tokio, Limassol

First and foremost, all praise be to late September and early October for providing some of the finest nights of the year.…
Cyprus not to be affected by bad weather in Greece

Cyprus not to be affected by bad weather in Greece

Director of the Meteorological Service Kleanthis Nikolaidis said that the bad weather currently affecting will not reach Cyprus. Speaking on state broadcaster,…
Emphasis on scheduled not charter flights for winter months

Emphasis on scheduled not charter flights for winter months

Deputy Minister of Tourism Savvas Perdios said that emphasis will be placed on scheduled and not on charter flights for the winter…
Winter tourism to rely primarily on scheduled flights minister says

Winter tourism to rely primarily on scheduled flights minister says

Cyprus will be counting on scheduled flights for incoming tourism in the winter months, as uncertainty created by the Covid pandemic continues…
Cyprus’ largest tech event underway in Limassol

Cyprus’ largest tech event underway in Limassol

More than 70 local and international movers and shakers of the tech world will share their stories as part of a packed…
Charity event to support human trafficking survivors

Charity event to support human trafficking survivors

It’s a heavy topic, talking about women and children who were sucked into the human trafficking ring but one that shouldn’t be…
Beam me up, Bezos: Star Trek’s Shatner becomes world’s oldest space traveller

Beam me up, Bezos: Star Trek’s Shatner becomes world’s oldest space traveller

By Mike Blake Actor William Shatner soared aboard a Blue Origin rocketship on a suborbital trip and landed in the Texas desert on Wednesday…
Honda pitches new light jet model as private travel soars

Honda pitches new light jet model as private travel soars

Honda Aircraft Co on Tuesday rolled out plans for a new light business jet that can fly non-stop across the United States,…
Rock Fest at The Yurts in Cyprus on October, 16 – the last event of the year!

Rock Fest at The Yurts in Cyprus on October, 16 – the last event...

The Yurts in Cyprus present their last event for this year – a 4 live bands concert on Saturday, October 16. This…
Corporate business travel ‘carbon budgets’ loom for airlines

Corporate business travel ‘carbon budgets’ loom for airlines

By Jamie Freed and Rajesh Kumar Singh As major companies look at drastic ways to cut carbon emissions from corporate travel, airlines…
Attendance at Limassol wine festival exceeds expectations

Attendance at Limassol wine festival exceeds expectations

The Limassol Wine Festival, a staple of the town’s history, which kicked off on October 9 and will end on October 16,…
Travel is back says easyJet, bookings at 70 per cent of pre-pandemic level

Travel is back says easyJet, bookings at 70 per cent of pre-pandemic level

EasyJet said travel was back as it increased capacity for October-December to 70% of its pre-pandemic level, a turnaround from a year…
Coronavirus: Tweaks to country categories for travel

Coronavirus: Tweaks to country categories for travel

The government announced changes in the country rankings for travellers on Monday, downgrading Slovakia to Red, and upgrading Luxembourg from Red to…

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