The continued rash of small airlines vanishing across Europe claimed another victim to add to almost a dozen in the last six months, as Cypriot airline Cobalt, closed its doors yesterday.
They Cypriot government is paying for people to return to Cyprus if they had a ticket booked.
The airline was based out of Larnaka, a very busy resort town on the coast much loved by the British and Russians.
The airline operated to 16 destinations and came about in 2016 following the collapse of state owned Cyprus Airways.
Cobalt operated 7 aircraft, 2 A319’s and 4 A320’s.