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Tourism revenue rises, as Britons, Poles lead arrivals

Minister of Transport – Arrival of the first flight at Larnaca Airport Airport, Larnaca, Cyprus The Minister of Transport, Communications and Works Mr. Yannis Karousos attends the arrival of the first flight at Larnaca Airport. The AEGEAN Airways flight, which arrived from Athens at 12.15 pm, took place in the context of restoring Cyprus' connectivity with other countries. After the arrival of the flight, statements to the media followed. //Transport Minister – Arrival of the first flight at Larnaca airport Airport, Larnaca, Cyprus The Minister of Transport, Communications and Works, Mr Yiannis Karousos, attends the arrival of the first flight at Larnaca Airport. The flight, which was operated by AEGEAN Airways and arrived from Athens at 12.15 pm, was held within the context of restoring Cyprus' connectivity with other countries. After the arrival of the flight, statements to the media followed.

    Tourism revenue saw a year-on-year increase of 29%, according to the latest figures from the Passenger Survey conducted by the Cyprus Statistical Service (CyStat).

    Specifically, December 2023’s tourism earnings amounted to €74.3 million, up from €57.6 million in the same month the previous year.

    For the entire year from January to December 2023, tourism revenue is estimated at €2,990.6 million, a significant rise of 22.6 % from €2,439.2 million recorded during the same period in 2022.

    The average spend per visitor in December 2023 was €600.79, which is a 14.8% increase from €523.42 in December 2022.

    < p>Visitors from the United Kingdom, who represented the largest share of tourists at 23.4% in December 2023, spent an average of €56.23 daily.

    Polish tourists, forming the second-largest group with 11.5% of total visitors for the month, had a higher daily expenditure of €69.89.

    Greek tourists, the third largest group accounting for 10.3%, spent an average of €39.41 per day.

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