The continuation of a travel horror story. Part II, the happy ending everyone wants. A happy ending to a customer relations nightmare.
A Frankfurt Airport seniors horror story courtesy AEGEAN. When a Greek American senior tries to fly home, technicalities outweigh people.
Greece’s Aegean Airlines announced last week enhancing its network operations with more direct international flights to the Greek islands.
On Tuesday, Aegean Airlines reported losses of €28.3 million euros in the third quarter of 2020.
Late last week, the first A321neo, the largest member of the A320neo family, landed at AEGEAN’s base at Athens International Airport.
AEGEAN Airlines has announced its Q2 2020 financial results revealing the crippling effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Greece has announced the doubling of the number of Israeli tourists allowed to visit the country from 600 to 1,200 per week.
At the start of the week, Greece unveiled a new national campaign for tourism dubbed “Greece. More than a destination.”
Aegean Airlines announced the resumption of direct flights from Thessaloniki to six destinations abroad as of June 15.
Greece’s AEGEAN is asking the government’s help after the company suffered massive losses due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak.
Aegean Airlines has announced a drastic curtailment of scheduled flights abroad and in Greece by the end of April.
AEGEAN is extending its waiver of rebooking fees for customers that wish to reschedule their travel plans due to the coronavirus outbreak.
AEGEAN set a new passenger traffic record with over 15 million passengers and a 7% increase in total passenger traffic for 2019.
Aegean Airlines and Spain’s Air Nostrum have submitted non-binding bids for the acquisition of Croatia Airlines.
AEGEAN has announced the expansion of its Cyprus flights with the addition of two new routes from Pafos – Athens, and Larnaka – Beirut.