Cobalt begin 2018 with new Business Class, Dusseldorf, Abu Dhabi & Heathrow flights


Cobalt Air is beginning 2018 at a rapid pace, following recent announcements that it will be expanding its international network and services.


Specifically, new routes from Cyprus to Dusseldorf, Abu Dhabi and London Heathrow have already been announced this year, as has a new Business Class service.




Cobalt announced a new twice weekly service, scheduled to begin May 3, 2018, linking Dusseldorf directly with Larnaca.


Passengers can expect to depart each Thursday and Saturday both ways.


Andrew Madar, CEO at Cobalt Air, commented: “We are delighted to add Dusseldorf to our network which is a key strategic route for Cyprus tourism and business.


“This route will offer direct flights to Cyprus and complements our existing service to Frankfurt.


“We can’t wait to show you our great welcome and onboard service as you start your holiday or business trip from Dusseldorf to Cyprus,” concluded Madar.




Expanding its Middle East network – which also includes services to Beirut, Lebanon – Cobalt recently announced a new tri-weekly service linking Abu Dhabi, UAE directly with Larnaca.


Due to begin on February 25, 2018, the Cypriot airline will offer its new signature Business Class and Dine on Demand service on the route.


“We are delighted to add Abu Dhabi to our network which is a key strategic route for Cyprus tourism and business,” added Madar.


“This route will offer direct flights to Cyprus and connections onward to London Heathrow.”


Services from Larnaca are scheduled to depart each Friday, Sunday and Tuesday, while flights from Abu Dhabi depart on Saturday, Monday and Wednesday.




Additionally, a new daily service – expected to begin on March 27, 2018 – will link London Heathrow directly with Larnaca.


Cobalt is the only airline offering connections to Cyprus from London’s three main airports: Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted.


The London Heathrow route will also feature Cobalt’s Business Class product.


Flights are scheduled to depart Larnaca at 12:45 and arrive into London Heathrow Terminal 3 at 15:45. On the way back, flights leave Heathrow Terminal 3 at 17:20 and arrive back to Larnaca at 23:50.




Cobalt’s Business Class offers a full-sized seat on the route, using a two-by-two configuration and a generous 102cm, or 40”, pitch.


Business Class passengers can also expect to enjoy a dedicated check-in area, a 40kg baggage allowance, fast track security check, business class lounges and a dedicated boarding call.


Once onboard, business passengers will be served by a dedicated cabin manager and taste complimentary food and beverages including the airline’s signature Cobalt Blue cocktail.


Cobalt Air’s new Business Class product is also available on other flights, including; Larnaca and Pafos to Athens, London Gatwick to Larnaca, and Paphos to Moscow.