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Airports will handle 90,000 passengers over holiday weekend

Some 90,000 passengers are expected to travel from Larnaca and Paphos airports this weekend alone, according to Hermes Airport spokesman Adamos Aspris.

The two week period between August 10 to 23 are “the absolute peak in passenger traffic for both airports in the country” he told the Cyprus News Agency. About half a million passengers are expected to go through Larnaca and Paphos airports.

Up to 50 per cent of them will have travelled by Sunday bringing the number to 240,000 people in less than a week.

“This weekend along, some 90,000 people are expected to travel with both airports in Cyprus.”

Larnaca airport is expected to be the busiest with Friday being “a huge workload” however things are under control and services are handling the situation well, Aspris said.

 


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