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Ethiopian Airlines Expands its Athens Operations with Fourth Weekly Flight

Ethiopian Airlines, the largest aviation group in Africa, will launch an additional flight from Athens to Addis Ababa, increasing its frequency to 4 times per week.

Greece’s New Airline ‘Cycladic’ to Facilitate Island Hopping

Cycladic, a new airline in Greece, has launched flights that will facilitate island hopping between the Cyclades, Crete and Rhodes.

Travel Insights: SKY express Becomes Case Study in Field of Google Ads

SKY express managed to record a success story in the field of digital advertising, which is now a case study in the field of Google Ads, and attract new passengers to Greece in 2021.

Ethiopian Airlines Resumes Flights to Athens from Addis Ababa

Ethiopian, the fastest growing airline in Africa, has resumed its thrice weekly flight to Athens, Greece, from Addis Ababa.

EU Approves €6.8m Greek Aid Measure to Compensate Ellinair for Covid-19 Damages

The European Commission has approved a €6.8 million Greek aid measure to compensate Ellinair for the damage suffered due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Greek Carrier AEGEAN Suffers Q1 Losses Due to Covid

Greece’s national carrier AEGEAN said consolidated revenues in Q1 2021 dropped by 70% to 44.3 million euros against the same quarter in 2020.

SKY express Starts Direct Flights from Athens to Brussels

Greek airline SKY express has launched flights connecting Athens to Brussels, adding one more international destination to its flight schedule.

AEGEAN-Olympic Air: Flight Cancellations and Reschedules for May 6

AEGEAN and Olympic Air are cancelling and rescheduling flights for May 6 due to a 4-hour work suspension announced by the Air Traffic Control Personnel.

Ferry, Airline Employees in Greece Must Self-test for Covid-19

Employees in Greece’s transport sector are among those that must undergo mandatory self-testing for Covid-19 once a week.

AEGEAN Posts €187.1m Loss in First 9 Months of 2020 Due to Covid-19

Greek airline company AEGEAN posted a loss of 187.1 million euros during the first nine months of 2020 as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.

AEGEAN-Olympic Air: Flight Cancellations and Reschedules for October 7-8

AEGEAN and Olympic Air are cancelling and rescheduling flights for Wednesday and Thursday due to a 4-hour work suspension announced by aviation personnel unions.

Air Transport Needs Common EU Plan, Greece Says

Greece is urging EU lawmakers to come up with a common plan for transport that will restart flights and ensure risk-free travel in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic.

AEGEAN: Net Earnings Increase to €78.5m in 2019

AEGEAN's 2019 financial results proves the gradual success of its efforts of extending the season, says the company's CEO Dimitris Gerogiannis.

ACI World: Covid-19 a Blow to Global Airport Traffic, Revenue

The coronavirus outbreak is set to drive international airport passenger traffic volume down in the first quarter of 2020, according to ACI World.

AEGEAN: No Rebooking Fees Until March 20 Due to Coronavirus

AEGEAN will not apply rebooking fees until March 20 to passengers that wish to reschedule their travel plans due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Lufthansa: Flights to Rhodes and Zakynthos for Summer 2020

Lufthansa has announced new flights to the Greek destinations of Rhodes and Zakynthos for summer 2020 that will begin operation in April.

AEGEAN: Increase in Passenger Traffic and Turnover in First Half of 2019

AEGEAN recorded an increase in passenger traffic and turnover in the first half of 2019, boosted by a strong performance in the second quarter of the year.

Ellinair Celebrates 5th Anniversary Where it All Began: Thessaloniki

Ellinair, a Mouzenidis Group airline, recently celebrated its fifth anniversary in the aviation industry with an event in the destination where it all began: Thessaloniki.

Greece Boasts 21 Airlines with 485 Aircraft

There are currently 21 Greek airlines in operation with a fleet of 485 aircraft, according to Greece's Civil Aviation Authority.

Low-cost Carriers Bringing People Closer, Study Says

Τhe services of low-cost carriers are bringing people and regions in Europe closer, according to a report by the Center for European Policy Studies (CEPS).
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