Only ten hotels are expected to reopen by the end of June in the Paphos district, head of the Paphos Hotels Association Thanos Michailides said on Thursday, voicing the association’s concerns regarding the situation after the coronavirus pandemic.
So far, three hotels have opened, Michaelides said.
Everything will depend on the flights arriving at Paphos airport, he added. On June 21, two trips are expected, from Thessaloniki and Israel.
These are the first confirmed flights to Paphos through the airport reopened on June 9.
Regarding occupancy over the Kataklysmos holiday weekend, Michaelides noted it was 65 to 70 percent at the three open hotels.
However, the hotels were empty on the days following the long weekend.
There is still no indication about the number of flights from the UK and Russia over the summer, while only the German market looks positive.