Larnaca, Cyprus, March 28 – Cobalt Air, Cyprus’ largest airline, continues its European expansion this month with the inaugural flight today of twice weekly services between Copenhagen and Larnaca. A limited number of great value seats on its Airbus A319/A320 aircraft are still available over the Easter period. See www.cobalt.aero for details, or your local travel agent.
In addition to bringing a new connection to Cyprus, the service provides a convenient gateway to the resort of Ayia Napa, located just 30 minutes’ drive from Larnaca Airport. Popular for its beaches and vibrant night-life, Ayia Napa re-opens in April for the summer holiday season.
Andrew Madar, CEO, Cobalt Air, commented:
“We are delighted to be extending our network further with a twice weekly service between Copenhagen and Larnaca for Summer 2018. At Cobalt, our aim is to offer great value and service. Most of our crew are from Cyprus, which means that your holiday and a warm Cypriot welcome starts the moment you board the aircraft.”
Morten Tranberg Mortensen, Director of Airline Sales at Copenhagen Airport said
‘’We’re delighted to welcome Cobalt, this exciting new and expanding carrier here at Scandinavia’s largest airport, and we wish them all the very best with the launch of this new route. More connectivity to the sun is always welcome from Copenhagen!’’
Targeting the leisure market, with 144 all-economy seats, flights depart Copenhagen’s Terminal 2, early Wednesday and Saturday mornings. On the return journey, flights leave Larnaca Tuesday and Friday evenings.