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New Cyprus flights to Copenhagen, Düsseldorf

Cobalt Air announces a new twice-weekly service linking Düsseldorf and Larnaca.

Fresh from the news that it will launch twice-weekly direct flights between Copenhagen and its base in Larnaca from March 27, Cobalt Air has announced a new twice-weekly service linking Larnaca and Düsseldorf.

Starting May 3, the flights will operate on Thursdays and Saturdays and has been launched to appeal to both business and leisure passengers.

Cobalt Air, which only began flying in 2016 and was awarded the title CAPA Airline Start-Up of the Year 2017, will use an A320 with 12 seats in business class and 144 seats in economy. It uses the slogan: “We are genuinely different. Not Legacy, not LCC, just Cobalt.”

It will now fly to 20 destinations in 12 countries from its bases in Larnaca and Paphos: Athens, Beirut, Chania, Copenhagen, Dublin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Geneva, Heraklion, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Stansted, Madrid, Manchester, Moscow Sheremetyevo, Mykonos, Paris CDG, Tel Aviv, Thessaloniki and Zurich.

Important market
“We are proud to add Düsseldorf to our ever-growing network of services across Europe and the Middle East. Germany is an important market for us, both in terms of leisure travellers and those flying on business,” CEO Andrew Madar commented.

“This route perfectly complements our existing service to Frankfurt, which launched last year. The Cypriot people have swiftly adopted Cobalt Air as their preferred airline. Our dedicated crew work hard to give our guests a little taste of Cyprus for the short time they are on board with us. So whether you travelling for business or pleasure to Düsseldorf, you are assured of a warm welcome.”

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