Cobalt Air launch new Larnaca service from Birmingham Airport
Cobalt Air, the Cypriot airline, is launching a twice weekly service to Larnaca from Birmingham Airport. This new partner airline of Birmingham Airport will depart for Larnaca twice a week adding more frequencies from Birmingham.
Using Airbus aircraft, the flights will leave Birmingham on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 1705 arriving in to Larnaca at 2350 hours. The flights will arrive back into Birmingham at 1605 having left Larnaca at 1245 hours.
Commenting on this, Tom Screen, Head of Aviation, Birmingham Airport said:
We are delighted that we have the opportunity to give passengers even more choice to visit Larnaca from their local airport. Cobalt Air is a new international airline that has pricing similar to low cost but offers a high end in-flight service.
Philokypros Roussounides, Director of Corporate Affairs from Cobalt Air said:
It is great news that we are expanding in the UK with a new service out of Birmingham. Larnaca is a beautiful destination and we are pleased to be able to welcome passengers onboard.
Larnaca, located on the southernmost coast of Cyprus, has a fantastic sunny climate all year round. Its beautiful town is home to the 9th-century Church of Saint Lazarus, and boasts fabulous sandy beaches and a palm fringed town behind.
Flights start from £38.00 excluding baggage, one way and can be booked on www.cobalt.aero
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