Unfortunately, Hellas Jet ceased operations in 2009. Click on the logos below to see airlines that operate similar flights to Hellas Jet.
Hellas Jet was a Greek scheduled and charter airline. The airline was based at Athens International Airport (ATH) and offered scheduled flights to several destinations across Europe, as well as charter flights to/from Heraklion and Rhodes to several other destinations in Europe.
The airline launched in 2002 as a subsidiary of Cyprus Airways and flew its inaugural flight in 2003. In 2006, Cyprus Airways sold Hellas Jet to Trans World Aviation. After long-running financial difficulties, Hellas Jet ceased operations in 2010.
The airline had a fleet that was made up of narrowbody Airbus A320 aircraft and Fokker 50 regional jets. The airline had a total of 6 aircraft within its fleet at the time that it ceased operations.
Hellas Jet operated scheduled flights from Athens to Paris, Brussels, London and Zürich over the time that it was active. It also flew charter from Heraklion and Rhodes to St.Petersburg, Moscow, Amsterdam, Düsseldorf and Paris.
|Athens||Athens International Airport||ATH|
|Heraklion||Heraklion International Airport||HER|
|Rhodes||Rhodes International Airport||RHO|
|France||Paris||Charles de Gaulle Airport||CDG|
|Netherlands||Amsterdam||Amsterdam Schiphol Airport||AMS|
|Switzerland||Zurich||Zürich International Airport||ZRH|
|United Kingdom||London||Gatwick Airport||LGW|
Athens International Airport (ATH) is an international airport in Athens, Greece and was the hub airport for Hellas Jet. Athen International is the largest airport in Greece and the main airport used for flying in and out of the country. The airport has two terminals, two runways and handles more than 24 million passengers each year.
Hellas Jet used Athens International as a hub for all of its scheduled flight. For its charter flights, the airline was based at Heraklion and Rhodes.
Today, Aegean Airlines, Ellinair, Olympic Air, Ryanair and Sun Express use Athens International as a main or secondary hub.
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