Update: Unfortunately Hermes Airlines ceased all operations in 2016. Please see our alternative airlines that fly similar routes.
Hermes Airlines was a Greek charter airline that ceased operations in 2016. Hermes Airlines flew passengers to the Mediterranean and Europe and was originally a subsidiary of Air Mediterranée before the airline went into liquidation in 2016. The airline had its headquarters in Alimos, Greece, a small town just south of Athens, the Capital city of Greece.
When Hermes Airlines were operating, the airline flew passengers from its hub airport in Alimos to destinations throughout Europe and the Mediterranean. It's unclear whether the airline also flew to further away destinations outside of these regions, or if Hermes Airlines limited its destinations to Europe and the Mediterranean.
Exact baggage information is not available. It can be assumed that Hermes Airlines offered both checked baggage and carry-on baggage with an average weight allowance of 20kg for checked and 10kg for carry-on.
Cabin class information is unclear for the airline. When Hermes Airlines were operating, it can be assumed that there was only an Economy class due to the destinations the airline was flying to. If a second cabin class were present, it would likely be a Premium Economy.
Prior to Hermes Airlines ceasing operations, the airline did not offer its passengers online check-in for their flights.
Exact check-in information is not available, however, we can assume that airport check-in opened 90 minutes before the flight's scheduled departure and closed 30 - 45 minutes prior to departure.
Before Hermes Airlines sadly ceased operations in 2016, the airline operated scheduled flights with 6 aircraft. These aircraft included: