Cyprus airline, Cobalt Air, has been welcomed into International Air Transport Association (IATA).
Major European airlines, such as Air Berlin, Monarch Airlines and NIKI, have been announced bankrupt, leaving many passengers without realistic expectations of compensation claims for tickets they could not even use.
The fifth Trilateral Summit among Cyprus, Greece and Egypt took place on November 21 in Nicosia, with Nicos Anastasiades, president, Cyprus, Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, president, Egypt, and Alexis Tsipras, prime minister, Greece, present.
The exhibition The History of Life of Anne Frank - Let Me Be Myself, organised by the embassy of the Netherlands, Anne's House in Amsterdam and the Municipality of Ayia Napa, will be available at the Municipal Museum of the Sea until November 19.
An intervention was hosted by Ioannis Kasoulides, minister, foreign affairs, Cyprus, at the conference titled Places of Worship and Holy Sites in Europe and the Middle East: Status and Protection under National and International Law, where guests exchanged ideas on the protection of places of worship and holy sites in Europe and the Middle East.
Leptos Group has relocated its Russian headquarters to Moscow located in the Empire Tower, in the heart of the international business centre.
Following the official launch of the airline, Cobalt is already looking forward to moving into the second phase of its development. With more aircraft set to join the fleet, the carrier outlined plans to link
Under the theme The Wonderful World of Weddings, Cyprus Tourism Organisation (CTO) held its first educational seminar related to the niche market.