Cobalt Air begin operating Pafos-Athens and Larnaka-Beirut flights
Cypriot airline Cobalt Air has expanded its route network further with its first flights from Pafos International Airport and a new connection to the Middle East.
On April 30 the carrier launched its route between Pafos and Athens, adding to its flights to the Greek capital from Larnaka.
Flights between Pafos and Athens are scheduled to operate three times per week on Tuesday’s, Thursday’s and Sunday’s.
On May 1, Cobalt Air expanded its Middle East route network with flights between Larnaka and Beirut, Lebanon five times per week – on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday.
“Fly to Beirut, a cosmopolitan city that connects West and East like no other. Cobalt invites you to visit Beirut,” read a Cobalt Air social media post.
Flights between Larnaka and Beirut are scheduled to operate until June 15.