Athens Spirit Airlines was an airline that failed to launch. Click the logo's below to find other airlines that fly a similar route to Athens Spirit Airlines.
Athens Spirit Airlines was a proposed start-up Greek Airline that was hoping to enter the aviation market in April 2019. Athens Spirit planned to focus on passenger flights but also intended to offer charter flights and cargo operations. In the long term, it also aimed to operate helicopter and seaplane services around Greece.
Athens Spirit Airlines failed an AOC application. A revised launch date has not been advised.
The airline will fly a fleet of four A319-100s and two A340s.
Athens Spirit Airlines' hub was set to be at Athens International Airport. This airport is currently a hub for Aegean Airlines, Olympic Air, Ryanair, Sky Express and Volotea. Athens International Airport (ATH) is the largest international airport in Greece which serves the city of Athens and the Region of Attica. The airport is one of the busiest airports in Europe and the busiest and largest in the Balkans. In 2022, Athens Airport handled over 22 million passengers.