Air Mediterranean ceased its operations in February 2018.
Air Mediterranean, also known as Air Med, is a Greek Airline based at Athens, Greece. The airline flies domestic charter flights between Greece and Cyprus.
The airline previously offered scheduled passenger flights to several destinations across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, including London, Erbil, Baghdad, Casablanca, Istanbul, Freetown, Frankfurt, Hargeisa, Lagos, Kuwait, Larnaca, Najaf, Mogadishu, Jeddah, Khartoum, London, Stockholm. The airline will soon fly to Abu Dhabi, Algeria, Amsterdam, Beirut, Baku and Tehran.
The airline was founded in January 2017 and obtained the Air Operator Certificate (AOC) under the Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA) in accordance with the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Regulation. It ran as scheduled and charter airline up until the beginning of 2018 when it made the decision to stop all scheduled flight and fly charter only.
All passengers are allowed ONE (1) piece of maximum 8Kg and maximum dimensions 56 x 45 x 25cm (22 x 18 x 10in).
All passengers are allowed ONE (1) piece of maximum 20Kg, 158cm (width + height + depth).
Air Mediterranean’s Economy Class seating offers comfort for short or long-haul flights.
In-flight meals are tailored to suit both time and route.
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Athens International Airport is the Greek airport that has the most amount of traffic in the country. Currently the most important airline that has its home base at this airport is Aegean Airlines.
Athens Airport has two runways and can handle 17 million capacity per annum.
Other airlines which use Athens International Airport include Air China, Air France, Air Serbia (previously Jat Airways), Austrian Airlines, EgyptAir, Scandinavian Airlines, Turkish Airlines and Vueling.
The airline has a fleet of Boeing 737-400, which it uses for all flights.