Cobalt Air has announced it will increase the number of flights it operates between Manchester and Larnaca for Summer 2017.
Following a successful first year of operations, the Cypriot airline will now add a third weekly flight from Manchester to Larnaca and also offer year round flights.
Andrew Madar, CEO of Cobalt Air, said:
“Cobalt is committed to serving the Manchester-Larnaca route year round. Our commitment to Manchester is evident from our increase in frequency from twice to three times per week which will be available year round.”
Stephen Turner, Commercial Director for Manchester Airport, said:
“It’s great news that Cobalt Air has chosen to increase the frequency of their flights to Larnaca and also offer year round services. Cyprus continues to be a hugely popular destination for the 22 million passengers in our catchment area.”