Business class travellers between Cyprus and Athens can now enjoy a lower airline fare along with great comfort thanks to Cobalt Air, which has dropped its one-way Business Class down to €149 for the summer season.
Cyprus’ largest airline company has reduced the cost to business class travellers on flights between Larnaca or Paphos and the Greek capital, by offering the one-way flat fee across the board.
Cobalt’s Business Class features comfortable, custom-made seating in a two by two configuration, giving plenty of space for travelers to relax in leather seats at a whopping 102 centimetres apart between rows.
But the business fare also includes lounge access, fast track security, priority check-in and priority boarding.
Cobalt Air says the airline is making the move to show support to the business community
Passengers can board with luggage up to 40 kilos and also enjoy complementary drinks and a delicious meal during the flight.
Cobalt Air CEO Andrew Madar said the airline was making the move to show support to the business community.
“We are delighted to announce a lowering in business class travel costs between Cyprus and Greece. We are doing this to show support to the business community; and, to encourage people to try our great service,” Madar said.
The CEO also said the company saw business class as something more than just sitting in economy seats in front of a curtain.
“Unlike other carriers, we believe that flying business class means more than sitting on an economy seat in front of a moveable curtain. Our business cabin is bespoke, featuring large business seats as well as a full business class service offering. We honestly believe that once people try it, they will want to continue flying business with Cobalt.”
Lots of Larnaca flights without ignoring Paphos
Cyprus outbound flights to Athens for the summer schedule include LCA to ATH twice daily and three times a day on Tuesday and Saturday, as well as three times a week from PFO to ATH on Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday.
Inbound flights from Athens run twice daily to LCA as well as three times a day on Wednesday and Sunday, while an ATH to PFO service runs three times a week on Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday.
Cobalt says the business class fare is a limited offer, currently available on all flights between Cyprus and Greece from April through October 2018.
Cobalt Air, the only Cypriot IATA member, is an up-and-coming airliner serving 22 destinations and 13 countries from its home in Cyprus.