The COVID-19 pandemic still dominates every faces of travel news in Greece and worldwide. Here are Greek highlights.
U.K. nationals who have received both doses of a Covid-19 vaccine will be allowed to visit the island as of May 1.
Russia’s Aeroflot will resume flights to Cyprus on Nov. 22 but only for those persons allowed. Tourists, so far, are not a category mentioned.
The reopening the beachfront area of the abandoned Varosha resort on in northern Cyprus causes public outcry.
According to the Statistical Service of Cyprus, tourist arrivals were only about 20% of what they were in 2019 in August.
Ryanair announced this week the resumption of flights to and from Cyprus and other destinations beginning on July 1st.
This week in Greece, citizens are emerging from a weeks long lockdown. Meanwhile, TUI and other big travel businesses push ahead hard.
Greece is a steady preference for Brits even despite Brexit, coming in third after Cyprus and Malta with over 20%.
RevitUp will be at the Hotel Association of Halkidiki meetup on February 2nd, along with key hotel management to pave the way in 2020.
EyeWide Digital Marketing Agency will be participating in the 1st International Hospitality Expo Cyprus 2020.
Cyprus tourism revenue fell 1.5 percent year-on-year to €2.3 billion euro in the first nine months of 2019.
Larnaca-based carrier Cyprus Airways announced its Summer 2020 flight schedule to destinations in Greece, Europe, and the Middle East.
Cyprus is engaging with Israeli authorities to promote the eastern Mediterranean as a prime cruise line holiday destination.
AEGEAN has announced the expansion of its Cyprus flights with the addition of two new routes from Pafos – Athens, and Larnaka – Beirut.
The Cypriot honey Tziverti has received the first prize at the 46th World Beekeeping Awards (WBA) in Canada.