Hermes Airports applies a holistic approach to Sustainable Development in all aspects of the operation of Larnaka and Pafos Airports. Hermes has published its first Sustainability Report for 2021, implementing a structured monitoring system whilst incorporating international practices with operational and environmental responsibility.
Hermes Airports and the Ministry of Transport, Communications and Works have signed the Commercial Agreement for the airline incentive schemes covering the period 2022-2027.
The “Green” Lemonade by Hermes Airports has borne fruit and more than 1000 trees and aromatic plants will be offered for free to the public
Hermes Airports is hosting an event on Saturday 1 October 2022 from 10:00 until 16:00. More than 1000 small trees and plants will be offered to the public for free. The event will take place at Larnaka Airport opposite the Departures entrance.
Hermes Airports remains committed to its environmental culture and further expands its sustainability initiatives with an aim to protect the environment, in a joint campaign with KEAN, with the support of Cyprus Airports F&B and ICTS Cyprus.
Responding to the expectations and the increasing demands of the traveling public, Hermes Airports has proceeded with the upgrade and expansion of the parking area at Pafos Airport.
Hermes Airports hosts an anniversary exhibition at Larnaka Airport on the occasion of the 50 years since the establishment of the Cyprus Theatre Organisation
Hermes Airports hosts an anniversary exhibition at Larnaka Airport on the occasion of the 50 years since the establishment of the Cyprus Theatre Organisation.
The Board of Directors of Hermes Airports elected yesterday, Mr. Christophe Petit, as its new Chairman. Mr. Petit has been serving as a Member of the Hermes Board since 2006.
The best performing month for 2022, so far, was June, with the total passenger traffic surpassing 1 million passengers (Larnaka Airport: 650,519 – Pafos Airport: 358,550) and the average aircraft load factor reaching 87% (87% arriving and 86.2% departing).
Hermes Airports welcomes the decision by the EU Transport, Telecommunications and Energy Council and Environment Council to adopt the proposals by the Minister of Transport of Cyprus, Mr. Yiannis Karousos, for the support of air connectivity within the framework of the Fit-for-55 package of the EU.
Hundreds of thousands of human trafficking victims are recorded around the world. To deal with this phenomenon, the Ministry of Interior, the Cyprus Police, and the Social Welfare Services in collaboration with Hermes Airports have launched a joint campaign at Larnaka and Pafos airports to raise awareness to the travelling public and the front-line staff, to be in place to identify possible victims and how to handle such situations, always in collaboration with the relevant authorities.