While providing Cypriot holidaymakers with a new option for exploring Scandinavia, the airline noted its service would also offer Danish holidaymakers with a new gateway to Ayia Napa, a traditionally popular resort town for Scandinavian tourists.
Cobalt has, from March 29, been flying the route using Airbus A319 and A320 aircraft between Copenhagen and Larnaca. Flights leave Larnaca on Tuesday and Friday evenings and depart Copenhagen’s Terminal 2, early on Wednesday and Saturday mornings.
“Cobalt is already Cyprus’ largest airline, offering flights to over 20 destinations from the island. We are delighted to be extending our network further with a twice weekly service between Copenhagen and Larnaca for summer 2018,”noted Andrew Madar, CEO, Cobalt Air. “Most of our crew are from Cyprus, which means your holiday and a warm Cypriot welcome starts the moment you board the plane.”
Morten Tranberg Mortensen, director, airline sales, Copenhagen Airport, also welcomed the new service, adding, ‘’We’re delighted to have Cobalt joining us here at Scandinavia’s largest airport. More connectivity to the sun is always welcome in Copenhagen.’’