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Aegean Airlines

Head Office 31, Viltanioti Str 145 64, Kifisia Athens 145 64 Greece IATA Code – A3 ICAO Code – AEE Star Alliance Year Established – 1992 Work Phone: 30 210 62 61 700Work Fax: 30 210 62 61 900 Website:

Hubs and Fleet

Photo of Aegean Airlines

Main Bases and Hubs – Athens Eleftherios Venizelos International, Larnaca International, Thessaloniki Macedonia
Fleet – Airbus A319, Airbus A320, Airbus A321, Bombardier Learjet


Aegean Airlines SA (Greek: Αεροπορία Αιγαίου Α.Ε., pronounced [aeropoˈria eˈʝeu]; LSE: 0OHY) is the largest Greek airline by total number of passengers carried, by number of destinations served and by fleet size. A Star Alliance member since June 2010, it operates scheduled and charter services from Athens and Thessaloniki to other major Greek destinations as well as to a number of European destinations. Its main hub is Athens International Airport in Athens, with a secondary hub at Thessaloniki International Airport. It also uses six other Greek airports as seasonal bases during the summer. It has its head office in Kifisia, a suburb of Athens.

In 2009, it carried 6,600,000 passengers surpassing for the first time its rival Olympic Airlines, which carried 5,265,729 passengers. In 2010 Aegean Airlines carried 6,100,000 passengers, of which 50% were foreigners. In 2011 Aegean Airlines carried 6.5 million passengers of which, 54% was on international routes.

In 2012 and amidst the unprecedented economic crisis that Greek tourism faced, Aegean Airlines accumulated a total number of passengers of 6.1 million but with a sharp increase in passengers from International destinations to regional airports of Greece (Heraklion, Rhodes, Corfu, Chania, Thessaloniki). Athens International Airport suffered a decrease of 6% from 2011 but the airline managed to increase the load factor of its scheduled flights from 68.9% to 74.3%.

In 2013 the airline reported carrying 6.9 million passengers, an increase of 12% compared to 2012, with an average load factor of 79%.

On 21 October 2012 Aegean Airlines announced that it had struck a deal to acquire Olympic Air, and the buyout was approved by the European Commission a year later, on 9 October 2013. Both carriers continue to operate under separate brands.

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