Marking an important milestone, Cyprus’ Hermes Airports is celebrating a decade of successful operation of Larnaca and Paphos International Airports.
Over the last 10 years, the company has served as a catalyst in enhancing the operational capability of Cypriot airports as well as in the efforts to develop the tourism industry. Cyprus now offers seamless connectivity to countless destinations via more than 70 airlines. Meanwhile, the two airports have become vital to the country’s economy.
In celebration of the fruitful decade of operations, a naming event was recently held in the terminal building of Larnaca International Airport, attended by President of the Republic of Cyprus, Nikos Anastasiades, who unveiled a plaque bearing the new name of the terminal: ‘Larnaca International Airport – Glafcos Clerides’.
During a keynote speech, President Anastasiades praised the historic politician and former President of Cyprus, Glafcos Clerides and additionally congratulated Hermes Airports for the successful operation of the two international airports of Cyprus during the first 10 years of its cooperation with the state.
As part of the 10th anniversary celebrations, Hermes Airports hosted a Cyprus Youth Symphony Orchestra concert at Larnaca Airport and commended airline companies that have performed remarkably and have significantly contributed to the ever-increasing passenger traffic passing through the two Cypriot airports.
Adding to this, Hermes Airports hosted a celebratory gala dinner, which was attended by distinguished guests from the political and business scene of Cyprus, and representatives of the various organisations and companies operating in the airports.