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Possible airport taxi strike

A previous protest by taxi drivers at Larnaca airport

Taxi drivers at Larnaca airport are threatening to go on strike and block the road to the airport for an hour at lunch time on Friday.

They are protesting against the licensing of a private bus company which plans to expand its routes, adding Ayia Napa and Protaras as new destinations from the airport.

This, the taxi drivers say, is a big blow to their income.

They will meet at noon to decide if they will go ahead with the strike.

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