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Ryanair to fly to 32 destinations from Paphos in winter

The Paphos tourism board (Etap) on Friday announced that Ryanair will fly to 32 international destinations from Paphos airport during its 2022-2023 winter schedule, with 90 flights every week during this time.

Etap managing director Nasos Hadjigeorgiou welcomed Ryanair’s decision, saying that the destinations included in the airline’s winter flight schedule will boost the status of Paphos airport.

Among other destinations, Ryanair will be flying to Germany, the United Kingdom, Poland, Israel, the Netherlands and Ireland, locations deemed crucial by Etap.

“Paphos tourism has already entered a new orbit and is closer to the goal of returning the destination to the levels of 2019, in operation all year round and with innovative actions to enrich the mixture of visitors and the other various functions it serves,” Hadjigeorgiou said.

“It is now in the hands of all of us to contribute not only to ensure the success of existing and new routes, but also to further develop the air connection on a year-round basis,” he added.

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