There are currently 21 Greek airlines in operation with a fleet of 485 aircraft, according to the country’s civil aviation authority.
The Hellenic Civil Aviation Administration (HCAA) has divided the airlines into two categories: those with planes of maximum take-off mass of over 10 tons and a capacity of more than 20 seats, and those under 10 tons with fewer than 20 seats.
There are currently 12 carriers in the first category and nine in the second.
According to the the HCAA, most of the airplanes are for private use.
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