Aegean has reported a 12 per cent growth in passenger traffic for the first quarter of 2018, welcoming 2.4 million passengers on board its flights.
Aegean Airlines, the biggest airline in Greece, has signed a memorandum of understanding with Airbus to purchase 30 A320neo family aircraft. The deal comprises of 20 A320neos and ten A321neos.
The high level of services that Aegean provides to its passengers has once again been recognised at a European level. The carrier was honoured with the title of for Europe’s Leading Regional Airline at the glamorous World Travel Awards Europe Gala Ceremony earlier.
Aegean Airlines director revenue of management, Roland Jaggi, speaks to Breaking Travel News about what separates the airline from its competitors as it is recognised by voters at the World Travel Awards.
Gulf Air and Aegean Airlines, Greece’s largest carrier, have entered into a codeshare partnership widening their respective networks across Europe and the Middle East.
Aegean Greece’s largest airline and a Star Alliance member, is to launch a new direct route from the UK to Larnaca, Cyprus and Heraklion, Crete.
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, and codeshare partner Aegean Airlines, are celebrating five years of Etihad Airways’ non-stop services between Athens and Abu Dhabi, and the start of Aegean’s new direct flights to the UAE capital. Etihad Airways commenced operations to Athens in June 2009, and since then has carried almost 400,000 guests and nearly 3,700 tonnes of cargo on the route.
Reaching Athens will be even easier if you live or work in Birmingham, as Aegean Airlines has announced a new direct air connection between the UK city and the Greek capital, starting in early June. As part of ongoing route expansion, the Greek airline will operate the scheduled route twice a week on Tuesdays and Saturdays, starting on June 10th and September 13th and from September 20th to October 25th, Aegean will operate one weekly Saturday flight.
Etihad Airways has signed a codeshare agreement with Aegean Airlines, Greece’s largest commercial airline. The agreement will see Aegean Airlines commence a four times a week service between Athens and Abu Dhabi on March 30th 2014 with a 168-seat Airbus A320 aircraft.
Officials at the European Commission have approved the take over of Olympic Air by rival Aegean Airlines after a protracted dispute. The Commission originally rejected the proposal two years ago, citing concerns a merged airline would dominate the Greek market.
Aegean Airlines has announced it will begin flights to Athens from London Stansted Airport on July 11th. The route will operate three times per week and will connect easily with a through flight to the islands of Corfu, Kos and Rhodes.