Cobalt has announced that it will be operating scheduled flights from Larnaca to Zurich, Switzerland as from April 14.
Cobalt will initially operate a weekly flight to Zurich every Friday, while a second flight, every Monday, will be introduced as from May 29.
Passengers may view the flight schedule to and from Zurich, as well as the affordable fares, on the website www.cobalt.aero.
On Monday, Cobalt announced plans to add more destinations to its flight roster.
“Cobalt never stops improving its services to its passengers, keeping its promises to them. Further popular destinations are soon to be added to its itinerary. The company keeps growing and developing, supporting the Cyprus economy and the Cypriot passengers,” said the airline.
Cobalt Air, based at Larnaca International Airport, operated its first commercial flight on 7 July 2016 from Larnaca to Athens. It is the second Cypriot airline (after Tus Airways) to be established since the dissolution of state-owned Cyprus Airways in 2015.
Cobalt currently flies to ten destinations in the UK, Greece, France, Iran and Ireland with Belgium, Israel, Spain to be introduced along with Zurich in March-April 2017.