Travel safely during the coronavirus outbreak
Our company follows all requirements as these are announced by the Cyprus government.
All our drivers undergo a Rapid Test at least once a week and almost all of them received at least one dose of vaccine. They keep all safety measures including using hand sanitiser regularly, wearing a face mask at all times, not only during your journey.
In case we are informed that a passenger was tested positive after the end of their journey, the car gets disinfected and the driver is in quarantine for at least 10 days.
Due to the corona virus measures, drivers are not allowed inside the airport or hotel building so you will have to meet the driver just outside the passenger exit of the building.
For further info regarding traveling back to your favourite destination, please click here. For press releases for non EU individual countries please click here.
To travel safely to the island please click here to get your Cyprus Flight Pass. Please fill out the questionnaire and the solemn declaration form and you are ready to travel. We are waiting for you!
Here you can find the countries of origin divided into four categories (Green, Orange, Red and Grey, based on the internationally available epidemiological data). The list of countries in each category will be reviewed and revised on a weekly basis.
If you have symptoms of coronavirus, you must inform us before the day of your travel. You may be asked to take a coronavirus test before entering the car.
A taxi driver or private hire vehicle operator will be entitled to refuse to accept you if you do not wear a face covering, unless you are exempt from this requirement.
You should stay 2 metres apart from people you do not live with where possible, or 1 metre while wearing a face covering.
Help keep yourself, other passengers and transport staff safe by taking the following precautions:
wash or sanitise your hands regularly
avoid touching your face
cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or the inside of your elbow when coughing or sneezing
only touch surfaces where required for safe travel
stay outdoors, rather than indoors, where possible
minimise the time spent close to other people, where possible
avoid loud talking, shouting or singing
dispose of waste safely, including items such as used disposable face coverings
It is the law that you must wear a face covering when travelling in Cyprus on public transport. You must wear a face covering, not only for all your journeys but at all times that you are outside of your accommodation. A face covering is a covering of any type that covers your nose and mouth. If you do not wear a face covering in these settings you will be breaking the law and could be fined.
Disposing of used face coverings
Use a ‘black bag’ waste bin or litter bin to dispose of face coverings. You should not put face coverings in a recycling bin or drop them as litter.
Car sharing is not permitted with someone from outside your household or your support bubble unless your journey is undertaken for an exempt reason. Even after you have received a vaccine, you should continue to apply safety measures when using taxis or private hire vehicles.
Seek assistance if you need it
If you require assistance when travelling, contact your transport operator as you would normally do.
If any problems arise or you feel ill during your journey, speak to a member of transport staff. In the case of an emergency, contact the emergency services as you normally would.
If you need help, try to keep a suitable distance from members of staff. If this isn’t possible, try to avoid physical contact and keep the time you spend near staff as short as possible.