Cyprus Mail

Cobalt passengers can now apply for reimbursement

A Cobalt plane at Larnaca airport last Thursday after the company suspended its operations(Christos Theodorides)

Passengers who were forced to buy extra tickets on their own after the collapse of Cobalt Air can apply for reimbursement, the transport ministry said on Wednesday.

According to a ministry statement, passengers who have made their own purchase and use of a return ticket on October 17 and 18, and who wish to apply for reimbursement, can complete and submit the application together with all the necessary information requested by November 11, 2018, to one of the two travel agencies either by hand or mail, or email:

Orthodoxou Travel & Tours Ltd

E-Mail: [email protected]

Address: United Nations 44, Larnaca 6042, Cyprus

Tel.: 24841100

Top Kinisis Travel Public

E-Mail: [email protected]

Address: Leonidou & Acropoleos 2, 2007 Strovolos, Cyprus

Tel.: 22869999

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