In 2010, Athens Airways ceased operations. See our list of alternative airlines for airlines that fly a similar route.
About Athens Airways
Athens Airways was a Greek low-cost regional airline that was based in Koropi in Athens. The airline flew to many destinations including Athens, Thessaloniki, Heraklion, Corfu, Rhodes Alexandroupolis, Chania, Kefalonia, Ioannina, Chios, Mykonos, Santorini, Kythira, Kalamata, Kastoria, Kavala, Kozani, Mytilini, Samos, Volos and Zakynthos. In May 2010, after losing the right to serve many government-subsidised routes, the airline ceased all operations. Its fleet included 2 Embraer ERJ 145EY and 1 Dash 8-300 aircraft.
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Athens Airways Hub Airport
Athens Airways was based at Athens International Airport, which is the primary international airport serving the city of Athens. The airport is the busiest in Greece and currently serves as a hub airport for Aegean Airlines and many other Greek airlines. In 2017, over 21 million passengers passed through its doors.
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