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Coronavirus: transport ministry sets up new call centre for repatriations

The transport ministry on Tuesday announced it had set up a new call centre to facilitate communication with those who wished to repatriate to Cyprus.

People who are eligible to repatriate will be able to use the call centre to confirm their interest in returning to the country, the date of their return based on flights scheduled in the immediate future and their airport of departure, the ministry said in an official announcement.

People will then be contacted directly by Aegean airlines for the issue of the ticket.

The call centre is staffed on a volunteer basis by officials from the transport ministry, the Zenon coordination centre, civil defence officials and Hermes, the airports operator.

For any information regarding flights, people are advised to contact the call centre at 24205730 or via email at [email protected].

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