Cyprus’ civil-aviation regulator has conducted an audit of startup carrier Cobalt, following two incidents involving technical faults in the first few weeks of the airline’s operational life. In the first incident, the flight crew of one of Cobalt’s three Airbus A320s received an abnormal landing-gear warning shortly after takeoff from Larnaca, Cyprus, to Manchester, England. The second occasion of interest to the Safety Regulation Unit (SRU) of Cyprus Department of Civil ...

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