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Cobalt Air Offers Low Fares to Students

Photo Source: @Cobalt Air

Photo Source: @Cobalt Air

Cyprus-based airline Cobalt Air is extending its special fares offer for students by releasing additional seats at low prices onboard its aircraft.

The airline’s special student fares are available only through travel agents connected to the Global Distribution Systems (GDS) and via the Cobalt Call center which is open 24 hours a day (+357 77 00 00 01).

According to an announcement, students who are not able to book their tickets within the deadline, will be offered a free baggage allowance for up to two suitcases of 20 kg each. Those eligible will need to present a valid student ID card when checking in for their flight.

The offer is available until January 20.

Cobalt’s special fares are part of its efforts to better meet the needs of its passengers by offering high-standard services.

Furthermore, the airline’s special offer to students is part of is agreement to join IATA’s Billing Settlement Plan (BSP), which allows all IATA travel agents to issue and sell Cobalt Air tickets.

APG Hellas is the General Sales Agent (GSA) of Cobalt Air in Greece.

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