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Dublin Airport Welcomes Year Round Service To Cyprus

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Dublin Airport welcomed today’s announcement from Cyprus-based airline Cobalt Air that it will extend its summer service to operate year round flights between Dublin and Larnaca.

The airline initially started a twice weekly service between July and September in 2016.

Welcoming today’s announcement, Dublin Airport Managing Director Vincent Harrison said:

“Dublin-Larnaca was one of Colbalt Air’s first routes and today’s announcement that the route will be a year round service is a testament to its success and popularity.

“Cyprus is a very popular destination for Irish holidaymakers seeking a sunshine break.  We will continue to work with Colbalt Air to ensure its continued success,” he added.

A Cobalt Air spokesman said the airline was pleased to launch Dublin for Winter 2017. “This continues our commitment to the Irish market which has flocked to Cyprus in record numbers this summer. Irish visitors can look forward to a wider range of onward connections from Larnaca, including Tel Aviv so there’s never been a better time to book a flight on Cobalt Air.”

“This continues our commitment to the Irish market which has flocked to Cyprus in record numbers this summer. Irish visitors can look forward to a wider range of onward connections from Larnaca, including Tel Aviv so there’s never been a better time to book a flight on Cobalt Air.”

More than 16.9 million passengers have traveled through Dublin Airport in the first seven months of the year, which is a 6% increase on the same period in 2016.

Dublin Airport welcomed 980,000 additional passengers between January and July. The airport set a new traffic record in July when it welcomed more than three million passengers in a single month for the first time ever.

Dublin Airport has direct flights to more than 185 destinations in 41 countries operated by a total of 47 airlines.

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