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Hotelbeds, one of the world’s leading bedbank, has recently announced a preferred partnership with RedDoorz, South-East Asia's largest and fastest growing technology-driven hotel management and booking platform.

National flag-carrier Cyprus Airways has launched ticket sales through its website with a new route that links Larnaca Airport with London Heathrow (Terminal 2).

As parts of the world slowly exit COVID-19 travel restrictions, people everywhere are excited for the prospects of travelling again. But with travel-hygiene more important than ever, we are all looking to stay-safe while enjoying our travels. With this in mind, experts at set out to find the European capitals with the cleanest accommodation to help us plan our next getaway.

This year’s cruise season kicked off for DP World Limassol, as Jewel of the Seas and Celestyal Olympia departed concurrently on their inaugural sailings from Limassol port on July 10.

Larnaca region is proud to announce the new name of its snorkelling reef located in the Voroklini Marine Protected Area following a competition held within the framework of the first ‘European Maritime Day of Cyprus’. 

eDreams ODIGEO, one of Europe’s largest online travel company and one of the largest European e-commerce businesses, recently announced a strategic agreement with a worldwide leader in travel retail, Travelport.

As Denmark further reopens the borders for tourism, there is also good news about cruise tourism in the country.

National flag carrier Cyprus Airways, now under Maltese ownership, has announced a third scheduled Moscow flight which commence on July 25.  

Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, has launched flights to Vienna this summer with a service that operates twice weekly using a Boeing 787 Dreamliner.  

On the basis of the results of the Cyprus Passenger Survey carried out by the Statistical Service, revenue from tourism in April of this year reached EUR31,7 million. This, compared to zero revenue from tourism recorded in April 2020, a period during which measures were implemented to prevent the spread of the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) in Cyprus.