Posted on: 29 March 2018 by Kimberley Young
Cobalt Air has begun a new daily service between Heathrow and Larnaca, re-establishing a link last served by the former Cyprus Airways in 2015.
The new service sees the addition of Heathrow to the airline’s collection of London airports, as it is already established at London Stansted and Gatwick, as well as Manchester in the North West of the UK.
Cobalt’s CEO, Andrew Madar, said: “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 daily service between Heathrow and Larnaca. At Cobalt, we offer great value and service in our Economy cabin and large bespoke seats plus dine-on-demand catering in our Business cabin.”
Simon Eastburn, director of airline business development at Heathrow, said the new service “gives passengers more choice and greater opportunity to fly to this popular short-haul destination.”
The carrier is flying Airbus A320 aircraft from Heathrow to Larnaca with 144 seats in economy and 12 seats in business – the new business class product is in a two-by-two configuration.