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Aegean Airlines (Paperback)

Aviation

By Babak Taghvaee
Imprint: Key Publishing
Series: Airlines
Pages: 96
Illustrations: Over 120
ISBN: 9781802827224
Published: 30th November 2023

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Founded in 1999 in Athens, Aegean Airlines is the largest airline in Greece today, with a fleet of 53 narrow-body airliners. Since the airline commenced operations, its fleet has been modernised several times. Its ATR-42/72 regional propliners were all retired by 2004, while its BAe-146s and Boeing 737-300 and 400 narrow-body jetliners were replaced by Airbus A319s, A320s and A321s. Starting in 2020, the airline has begun replacing its A320ceo and A321ceo aircraft with the modern A320neo and A321neo. This fleet modernisation has not just increased the level of safety but has also increased the profit of the airline.

Financial issues for Greece’s other airlines left a vacuum for Aegean Airlines to take over, becoming the successor to most flights operating to Europe and the Middle East. The death of Olympic Airlines also helped Aegean to expand its operations and turn into one of the largest and most successful airlines in Greece. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic delivered a blow to the airline, as it did many around the world. however, with the gradual end to restrictions imposed on air travel around the world, the airline’s operations have returned to profitability. This book covers the history and current fate of the airline’s aircraft and looks at Aegean Airlines’ climb to the top of Greece’s aviation industry.

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About Babak Taghvaee

Babak Taghvaee is an aviation journalist, historian and book author. He started his career as an aviation journalist by writing for AirForces Monthly and the Aviation Industries Magazine in 2008. Since then, he has written over 800 articles and news reports about military aviation for the magazine, as well as other brands of Key Publishing Ltd. Through his career, he has written four books about the Air Forces and Army Aviation Force of Iran and Ukraine, which were published in Austria and the UK between 2009 and 2020.

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