Cyprus needs and deserves a strong home carrier with global ambitions. “We are proud to play our part in Cyprus’ long aviation [history]. […] Since the demise of Cyprus Airways, our national air traffic rights to [Israel, Lebanon, Russia, Iran and Egypt] have been lying dormant.

Four Seasons has matured. “This is the second time in our 23-year history that we have fully recreated [Four Seasons Limassol]. In many ways, Four Seasons has matured. Luxury has developed into sophistication; aesthetics has blossomed into finesse.

We need new effective promotional activities. “Cyprus is an attractive country as a travel destination, but it has serious problems that must first be understood and then solved. Modern tourism is investing in the future development.

Our vision has been […] to provide the highest level of cargo handling. “We are [celebrating] Airtrans’ history of offering services to the air cargo industry for more than 33 years at Larnaka International Airport.

Cyprus […] ticks all the boxes for UK holiday-makers. “It is no coincidence that the doubling of British Airways’ flights [from London’s Heathrow Airport] to Larnaca comes at a time when Cyprus Tourism Organisation

Blue Air’s operations in Cyprus have been extremely successful. “Up to this day, Blue Air’s operations in Cyprus have been extremely successful, progressing slowly and steadily, fulfilling our goals, offering job opportunities and