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SkyGreece To Conduct Charter Flights

Photo: Vasilis Porgiazis

Photo: Vasilis Porgiazis

SkyGreece Airlines has announced it will soon conduct selective charter flights until it receives the necessary licenses from the American and Canadian Civil Aviation Authorities to launch scheduled flights from Athens to New York, Toronto and Montreal. SkyGreece is a new Greek transatlantic airline, founded by Greek expatriates from Canada and the United States.

The airline has acquired all necessary permits from the Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority and the Greek Ministry of Transport and recently conducted a scheduled test flight in Greece. It expects to enter the market dynamically with transatlantic flights all in Greek traditional hospitality.

According to a press release, SkyGreece is staffed with experienced personnel in the aviation industry whose main goal is to unite Greece with the Greek diaspora.

The first aircraft of SkyGreece Airlines is a Boeing 767-300 ER, named Taxiarchis that has 274 seats, and hosts a distinctive Greek flag on its tail. The airline is currently in the process of acquiring a second aircraft.

The company operates in Markopoulo Attica, Montreal and Toronto and will open offices in New York in the future.

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