Aegean Airlines logo.svgGreek low-cost airline Aegean Airlines was established in 1987 under the name Aegean Aviation, as VIP and business carrier. In 1999, company launched scheduled passenger flights and changed its name to Aegean Airlines.

Today, Aegean Airlines is the largest airline in Greece, regarding its fleet size, number of destinations and number of carried passengers.

Aegean Airlines head office is located in Athens, while its main bases are at Athens International Airport, Thessaloniki International Airport Macedonia, Heraklion International Airport Nikos Kazantzakis and Larnaca International Airport.

In 2012, Aegean Airlines acquired Olimpic Air, but both carriers continued their operations under separate brands.

Aegean Airlines has codeshare agreements with Brussels Airlines, EgyptAir, Lufthansa, Olympic Air, S7 Airlines, SAS, Singapore Airlines, TAP Portugal, United Airlines and US Airways.

Aegean Airlines fleet consists of 30 Airbus aircrafts with an average age of 5,1 years. The company flies with one Airbus A319-100, 25 Airbus A320-200 aircrafts and four Airbus A321-200 planes.

In summer season, the company has charter flights from Greek islands to Armenia, Austria, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Poland, Italy, France, United Kingdom, Russia, Ukraine, Romania, Hungary and Israel.

Aegean Airlines carries passengers to about 45 destinations in 19 countries. In 2010, it operated between Belgrade and Athens, but the route was cancelled in August same year.

Aegean Airlines

31 Viltanioti Str., Athens
+30 210 62 61 700


IATA - A3