Transport Minister Yiannis Karousos on Wednesday cautioned shoppers to hold off purchasing air tickets in the event that they were dropped because of the hazy circumstance encompassing the reviving of movement and the travel industry in different nations.
Addressing state supporter CyBC radio, Karousos said on the grounds that Cyprus’ present restriction on business flights, was expected to lapse on May 28, it didn’t mean it would not be stretched out an additional 14 days to June 9 on survey not long from now.
Numerous carriers, he stated, where there is no a declaration in power, are racing to open up flights. “Sadly, the point isn’t to complete the flights, the point is to gather the ticket admission and afterward when the flight is dropped because of the announcement, rather than restoring the cash, they give vouchers, hence making sure about income,” Karousos said. He said that buyers may hold up a whole year to get a discount.
The European Commission said on Wednesday it was sending letters to EU nations advising them that all clients reserve the privilege to money discounts over dropped travel or occasions because of the pandemic.
Karousos said that the main trips for which individuals can securely book a ticket for the present were for repatriation, and were proceeding. Up until now, around 7,000 individuals have been repatriated