On 10 April, Aegean Airlines commenced operations on the 1,692-kilometre sector between Athens and Marseille, which will be served twice-weekly using its A320s.
Next day, on 11 April, Aegean Airlines’ A320 arrived at Vienna from Heraklion. The service will be operated twice-weekly, on Fridays and Sundays.
- Aegean Airlines, which in the previous week began a domestic link between Rhodes and Heraklion, expanded its European network with six new routes during the course of last week, all of which were launched from Athens (ATH) and Heraklion (HER), using its 168-seat A320s. With the longest route being the 2,433-kilometre service to Bordeaux (BOD) launched on 14 April, and the shortest being inaugurated to Vienna (VIE) at 1,587-kilometres on 11 April, the Star Alliance member will face competition on three of the new routes.
||Air France (2)
||NIKI (2), Austrian Airlines (1)
||Berlin Tegel (TXL)
||airberlin (2), germanwings (2)
|Source: Innovata / Diio Mi w/c 15 April 2014.