Cobalt Air announced Larnaca – London Heathrow flights

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Cobalt Air from Cyprus announced a new daily service beginning 27 March 2018, linking London Heathrow directly with Larnaca, Cyprus. Cobalt Air is the only carrier offering connections to Cyprus from London’s three main airports: Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted.

Andrew Madar, CEO, Cobalt Air commented:

“We are delighted to add London Heathrow to our UK network which is a key market for Cyprus tourism and business. Cobalt Air is the only carrier flying from the main three London airports to Cyprus. Cobalt Air has quickly become the preferred airline of the Cypriot people; and we can’t wait to show you our great welcome and on-board service as you start your holiday or business trip from London to Cyprus.”

The Heathrow route will feature Cobalt Air’s new business class product, featuring large bespoke business seats in a two-by-two configuration with a 40” pitch. This will bring a new level of business comfort to the route.

Flights will depart London Heathrow T3 at 5.20pm and arrive into Larnaca at 11.50pm. On the way home, flights leave Larnaca at lunchtime, 12.45pm and arrive back in London Heathrow T3 at 3.45pm. All timings are local. Cobalt Air will use an A320 aircraft with 12 seats in business class and 144 seats in economy class to operate the new route

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