Articles Tagged ‘Athens’

Aegean and Athens Airways providing growing competition to Olympic; Athens welcomes Air Arabia and Etihad

Article Thumbnail: Airport FocusGreece is seeing growing airline competition but which new routes have Aegean and Athens Airways started in the last year? Which LCCs serve the airport and who operates to where?

“Old” Olympic faces increasing competition in Athens; “new” Olympic will be 35% smaller

Article Thumbnail: Base AnalysisAlitalia is not the only European flag carrier trying to rescue itself from oblivion. Olympic of Greece is trying (again) to engineer a new beginning with some private capital. How competitive is life at Athens? Which carriers are adding to Olympic’s misery?

Athens, Bahrain, Brussels win OAG awards;
Beijing’s memorable Mission Impossible theme scoops annies

Image: annie logoThis week anna.aero was out and about in Kuala Lumpur meeting many of our readers and customers. Times may be tough in the industry but there were plenty of exciting stands promoting tourism and route opportunities. See what caught our eye and who won this year’s coveted Annie awards.


Aegean looking to capitalise on Olympic’s on-going problems

Aegean looking to capitalise on Olympic’s on-going problemsA well-run, profitable, efficient airline based in Greece? We’re clearly not talking about Olympic then. Aegean only started in 1999 but could overtake Olympic soon in passenger numbers. Its strength is the domestic market, but its international network is growing fast. What are its fleet plans and where will it expand to next?

Aegean poised to overtake Olympic and show true potential of Greece

Article Thumbnail: Country FocusGreece has one of Europe’s best and newest airports and one of the least successful national flag-carriers. Apart from Athens which other airports see significant traffic flows and where is the traffic coming from? How competitive has the domestic market become? Which LCCs are flying to Greece and which are currently absent?