Cyprus airline Cobalt Air is to fly year-round from Dublin Airport to Larnaca, it announced in its winter 2017 schedule. It will continue to connect Cyprus via Larnaca and Paphos airports to major business and leisure centres including Athens (daily) and London (daily via Stansted & Gatwick).
Cobalt flies from Dublin to Larnaca on Wednesdays and Saturdays, departing Dublin at 12.55 and departing Larnaca at 20.10 each day.
The holiday island attracted up to 70,000 Irish holidaymakers a year at its peak, but numbers dwindled with the lack of a direct air link, until Cobalt entered the market in July 2016.
“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,” the airline said in a statement.
“Irish visitors can look forward to a wider range of onward connections from Larnaca, including Tel Aviv.” Flights can be booked on www.cobalt.aero
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