Cobalt Air has Flights to Cyprus

Cobalt Air has Flights to Cyprus

Cobalt Air is a new international airline company that focuses on direct flights from all EU countries to the Republic of Cyprus. Since its establishment, the airline has managed to do hundreds of trips from different countries in the region such as Greece, France, and Ireland.

The quality services, convenience, affordability, and high professional standards are some of the primary factors that have helped the airline to gain massive traction not only in the said regions but also across the globe. With continued improvement of its operations and robust marketing strategies, Cobalt Air will soon be able to rival the big airline companies that have dominated the industry for decades.

The direct flights to Cyprus will greatly improve the economy of the country by promoting various sectors such as tourism. The flights will not only help to show why Cyprus is one of the leading tourist destinations in the world, but also act as a gateway to the Middles East, Asia, Europe, and even Africa.

The airline has also increased the number of flights from Manchester to Larnaca from 2 to 3 flights every week all year round. Based on the most recent statistics, the company managed to serve more than 22 million passengers in 2017 and the numbers are expected to soar higher as more travellers embrace their services.

When you visit Cyprus, be sure to try out the famous Turkish and Greek cuisine that is specially prepared by professional chefs. There are hundreds if not thousands of restaurants that provide exceptional accommodation and catering services. You will definitely enjoy the fresh seafood and local produce, such as olives, capers, and goat cheese. More importantly, there are many attractions that you can visit during your stay in the country to learn more about the history and culture of the Cyprians. 

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