Wednesday 26 June 2019

Dublin Airport welcomes year-round flights to Cyprus from €88

Winter sun

Sea arch near Ayia Napa, Cyprus. Photo: Deposit
Sea arch near Ayia Napa, Cyprus. Photo: Deposit
Cobalt Air
Pól Ó Conghaile

Pól Ó Conghaile

Cobalt Air has confirmed that it will operate flights from Dublin Airport to Larnaca, Cyprus, as part of its 2017/18 winter schedule.

The Cyprus airline has been running direct flights during summer since July 2016, and has now extended these to a year-round route.

Flights will operate on Wednesdays and Saturdays throughout winter, with departures from Dublin at 12.55pm and Larnaca at 8.10pm, Cobalt says.

As we publish, one-way fares are available from €88 each-way on its website, cobalt.aero. The airline also charges €15 for 15kg checked bags on 4+ hour flights.

Cobalt Air
Cobalt Air

The Dublin route will be operated on an Airbus A320, with business class available from November, Independent.ie Travel has learned.

In Larnaca, Cobalt Air’s spokesperson said:

“We are pleased to launch Dublin for Winter 2017 continuing our commitment to the Irish market which has flocked to Cyprus in record number this summer."

“Cyprus is a very popular destination for Irish holidaymakers seeking a sunshine break," said Dublin Airport Managing Director, Vincent Harrison.

Cobalt's onward connections from Larnaca include Tel Aviv.

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