International 18.10.2018 08:59 am

Passengers stranded as Cypriot airline goes bust

Cobalt Air said it was cancelling all flights “due to indefinite suspension of Cobalt’s operations”.

Cypriot low-cost carrier Cobalt Air announced it was cancelling all flights from Thursday after just two years in operation, leaving passengers stranded and scrambling to get their money back.

Passengers stranded as Cypriot airline goes bust
Passengers stranded as Cypriot airline goes bust

Passengers stranded as Cypriot airline goes bust

Cobalt Air said it was cancelling all flights “due to indefinite suspension of Cobalt’s operations”.

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