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At the heart of its La Première lounge at Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Air France now offers its customers a new beauty treatment centre in partnership with Sisley, the pioneering French phyto-cosmetology company. A moment of pleasure and well-being celebrating the French art of travel.

Charles de Gaulle, Leonardo da Vinci, and John F. Kennedy what connects these great men is that they all have airports named after them.

Instead of joining this bandwagon, the renewed and expanded Helsinki Airport has dedicated itself to the people it most values – its passengers. As of now, anyone visiting the airport has the chance to name it after themselves by literally adding their name to the official sign on the airport’s facade.

A total number of 64,547 residents of Cyprus returned from a trip abroad in October of this year, compared to 17,295 in the corresponding month in 2020, recording an increase of 273,2 percent and a decrease of 48,3 percent compared to October 2019.

October of this year records the highest passenger traffic of the year for both Larnaca and Paphos airports.

Following increased signs of recovery across many European markets, Air Malta recently announced that it has brought forward its resumption of flights between Malta and London Gatwick to December of this year.

The redesigned commercial areas at Larnaca Airport provide an improved travel experience to the passengers. Hermes Airports, the operator of Larnaca and Paphos Airports, and its partners Cyprus Airports Duty Free and Cyprus Airports F&B Ltd., created a complete plan for the transformation of the commercial areas with projects worth EUR20 million.