25th June 2013
Cheap flights to Cyprus have always made the small island a popular country to visit, and its president, Nicos Anastasiades, has confirmed that the destination is still open to businesses and tourists all year round, despite the struggling economy there.
Tourists can enjoy generally lower holiday prices to Cyprus this year due to the uncertainties within the economy. Despite talk in the media, Cyprus still remains a positive tourist location abroad and it is still providing for its visitors, so it is certainly an option for summer holidays this year, especially for those on a low budget.
Now is the Time to Book
Echoing Anastasiades’ confidence and positivity, Taleb Rifai, Secretary General of the UN World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO), said in late May:
“[Cyprus will] implement policies that ensure the steady growth of the tourism sector, namely in the area of air connectivity and visa facilitation”.
According to people in the travel industry, right now is the best time to book cheap flights to Cyprus since many hotels have numerous offers during the coming months. They also still promote the benefits of Cyprus, highlighting the fact that it is still a fantastic holiday destination, which boasts warm weather and fine, historic attractions.
Anastasiades added that the tourism industry is very important to Cyprus, as it has always been a prominent financial gain for the location. Indeed, many Cypriot areas are giving back to tourists in the form of offers and deals. Taking advantage of cheap flights to Cyprus from Jet2.com can create a very affordable and enjoyable summer holiday.
Posted in Announcements
June 25, 2013 at 17:35
Tagged with Cyprus, Holidays, Tourism