Cobalt commenced its second route to Switzerland after Zurich on 13 May, a 2,625-kilometre link from Larnaca to Geneva. According to Flightradar24.com, the first flight landed just four minutes behind its scheduled arrival time of 13:50. Cobalt is the only carrier flying scheduled services between Larnaca and Geneva this summer.
- Cobalt commenced operations on a 2,625-kilometre route between Larnaca (LCA) and Geneva (GVA) on 13 May, with it becoming the only carrier to offer scheduled services between the two European cities this summer. Operating weekly (Sundays), flights will leave Cyprus at 11:00, landing in Switzerland at 13:50. Return services will depart at 14:50, touching down back in Larnaca at 19:20. Based on OAG schedules, the airline will serve Geneva using its fleet of A319s, of which it presently operates two alongside its four A320s. As well as Geneva, the Cypriot-based operator already flies to Switzerland courtesy of its route to Zurich. The airline’s next route launch is scheduled to take place on 3 June, the day on which it begins services to Mykonos from Larnaca.