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Cobalt Air launches Cobalt Elements Loyalty Card

Cobalt Air, Cyprus’ largest airline, is pleased to announce the introduction of a loyalty card – Cobalt Elements.    The recognition card offers a suite of seat upgrades, fare discounts, priority check-in/boarding, increased baggage allowance and other incentives to frequent flyer members across Cobalt’s 21-strong European and Middle East route network. The Coba...

Cobalt Air agrees interline agreement with Etihad Airways

Cyprus’ largest airline to interline on Abu Dhabi services Opens up 100-plus route connections to the East from Cyprus Cobalt Air, Cyprus’ largest airline, is pleased to announce it has entered into an interline agreement with global carrier Etihad Airways.  The deal will help Cobalt Air to widen its passenger reach and encourage more tourism from the Middle East and  b...

AviaAM Leasing bought an HQ building in Cyprus for Euro 4.3 Million

AviaAM Leasing, global aviation holding company engaged in commercial aircraft acquisition, leasing, and sales globally, has obtained a new HQ building in Limassol, Cyprus. While already managing subsidiaries in Ireland, Lithuania, Cyprus, andChina; the company has invested Euro 4.3 million in this new office building. “The estate, located on the main street of Limassol, will represe...

A new Alsim ALX simulator for Cyprus faculty of aviation, university of Kyrenia

Alsim is pleased to announce the sale of an ALX SEP-MEP flight simulator, to the University of Kyrenia, Faculty of Aviation and Space Sciences, based in Kyrenia, Cyprus. The ALX, Alsim’s state-of-the-art simulator, will provide the University the latest technological advances including Alsim's High Definition Visual System, and constantly evolving software. The University of Kyrenia a...

German Women "Living in Cyprus Airport for a Year"

A German mother and daughter who were deported from Israel after their visas expired have been living in Cyprus's Larnaca Airport for more than a year. In a case reminiscent of the film The Terminal, the two women have making use of the terminal's shopping, restaurant, WiFi and bathroom facilities ever since they arrived in August 2014 The two women, who have not been named...