Cyprus Mail

Tourism may face up to 20% decline from the Russian market this year: ACTA president

By Marie Kambas

Cyprus is likely to see a significant reduction in tourists from Russia this year if the rouble remains weak, the chairman of a tourism business group said.

“The indications are there will be an up to 20 percent drop from the Russian market,” this year, Dinos Kakkouras, who chairs the Association of Cyprus Travel Agents said in an telephone interview Tuesday. “There are problems with the Russian market and Cyprus Airways, which will affect some of the figures, but our aim is to have an overall increase in arrivals,” he said.

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