Olympic Air is cancelling scheduled domestic flights due to a strike announced by the Panhellenic Union of Licensed Aeronautical Telecommunications Officers from 24:01 on Tuesday, October 4, until 23:59 on Saturday, October 8.
“In order for Aegean and other operators to continue their expansion, errors hindering competitiveness must be rectified,” Eftihis Vassilakis, the vice president of Greece’s largest carrier, Aegean, said on Wednesday.
Paros Airport is an important infrastructure project that will contribute to tourism and the economy, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said from the Cycladic island of Paros on Friday during the inauguration of the new airport there.
The new airport of Paros, expected to handle four times the traffic and contribute to an increase in tourism, strengthen the local economy and create new jobs, is set to open its doors and be fully operational on July 25.
AEGEAN’s “Closer to Greece” initiative this month is dedicated to three islands of the northeast edge of the Aegean: Samos, Lemnos and Ikaria. These three “star destinations” will be introduced to all domestic and international passengers.
Celestyal Cruises and Miles+Bonus, the Aegean and Olympic Air loyalty program, recently announced their new loyalty program partnership to offer customers even more benefits and unique holiday opportunities.
Remote Greek islands are feeling the brunt of reduced government spending with the transport ministry announcing a 63 percent drop in subsidies for airlines undertaking flights to these regions and tourism sector professionals expressing their discontent.
AEGEAN Airlines will provide three extra aircraft (non commercial flights) to distribute the Holy Flame to as many Greek destinations as possible once it arrives in Athens from Jerusalem on Holy Saturday, April 30.
The airport of Paros will be fully operational and linked with Greek and international destinations by July 16, Transport and Infrastructure Minister Christos Spirtzis said on his recent visit to the Cycladic island, adding that renovations were expected to get underway at...
Athens International Airport (AIA) earlier this month honored airlines that recorded the fastest development and the highest increases in passenger volumes in their scheduled services during 2015. The award ceremony took place during the 16th Airline Marketing Workshop held in Athens.
Aegean Airlines and Olympic Air are cancelling 66 scheduled domestic flights on Thursday, February 4, due to the 24-hour strike of the civil aviation authority personnel and the 4-hour walkout of the Panhellenic Union of Licensed Aeronautical Telecommunications Officers.
Olympic Air has announced that it is cancelling flights which were due to operate on Thursday, February 4, due to a four-hour stoppage called by the Panhellenic Union of Licensed Aeronautical Telecommunications Officers.