Competition closes August 1, 2018.
Cobalt Air launched in July 2016 and is now Cyprus’s largest airline, serving 21 destinations and 12 countries from Cyprus, including 21 flights from UK airports, Heathrow (daily), Gatwick, Stansted and Manchester. Now available on Amadeus and Sabre GDS. Coming very soon on Galileo.
Cyprus: Larnaca, Paphos; Germany: Dusseldorf, Frankfurt; Greece: Athens, Thessaloniki, Heraklion, Chania and Mykonos; Ireland: Dublin; United Kingdom: Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Manchester; Switzerland: Zurich and Geneva; Denmark: Copenhagen; France: Paris CDG; Spain: Madrid; Russia: Moscow; Israel: Tel Aviv; Lebanon: Beirut; UAE: Abu Dhabi.
Cobalt operates a two-class service with 12 business seats in a 2x2 configuration and 144 economy class seats in a standard 3x3 configuration. The business class seat is superior to the majority of short-haul business class cabins which typically just leave the middle seat free in a 3x3 layout. The economy cabin has with up to 31 inches pitch and is designed to deliver a superior guest experience to low cost and charter operator offerings.
Business class is currently offered on all Heathrow and Gatwick departures and features a dedicated check-in area, fast-track security, executive lounge access, priority boarding and disembarkation, priority baggage delivery, a “dine on demand” meal service and complimentary beverages. Additionally, the airline offers a full-size business class seat with 40 inches pitch.
Colbat currently operates four A320 156 seat aircraft with 12 Business seats and 144 seats in Economy. It also has two A319 144 seat aircraft in an all-economy configuration. Each aircraft model type is dedicated to specific routes. From 2019 Cobalt plans to introduce two A330 long-haul aircraft in a 2-class configuration.