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About SkyGreece Airlines

Sky Greece Airlines was a Greek airline headquartered in Heraklion International Airport and was set up in 2005 and operated to 18 destinations.

Sky Greece Airlines was awarded the Airline of the Year 2014/15 Silver Winner from E.R.A (European Regional Airlines) which counts more than 170 members, during its General Assembly that took place in Barcelona on the 1st and 2nd of October 2014. Sky Greece Airlines offered all passengers departing from Athens access to Business Lounge! Sky Express offered all passengers access to Melina Merkouri Business Lounge at Athens Airport. 

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SkyGreece Airlines Baggage Policy

Passengers with Sky Greece Airlines were entitled to 1 check-in baggage and 1 hand baggage.

According to the fare you chose, your fare included one checked-in baggage and one hand baggage.

  • All in fare included 1 checked-in bag up to 25 kgs and one handbag up to 6 kgs.
  • Plus fare included 1 checked-in bag of up to 15 kgs and one handbag of up to 6 kgs.
  • Just Fly fare included 1 checked-in bag of up to 13 kgs and one handbag of up to 3 kgs.

Sky Greece Airlines, except for the scheduled flights that operate throughout the year, also performed charter flights, according to individual needs. 


June 2017

Sky Express, the Greek airline and Romanian carrier Blue Air announced it had entered into a codeshare partnership. 

According to the agreement, Blue Air will offer its passengers from Cyprus the opportunity to travel to the Greek islands via Sky Express, while passengers from the Greek Islands can book their ticket to Sky Express and fly to Larnaca via Blue Air, through Athens or Thessaloniki. Destinations from Athens include Mykonos, Santorini, Paros, Heraklion, Zakynthos, Syros, Naxos, Milos, Skiathos, Ikaria, Chios, Kythira, Karpathos and Astypalea, while destinations from Thessaloniki include Samos, Chios and Skyros. Sky Express is a member of ERA and operates to 29 destinations within Greece, connecting the most popular Greek Islands with the mainland. Its fleet has consisted mainly of new technology ATR aircraft.

May 2017

Sky Express, the Greek airline announced in cooperation with Germania provides weekly flights to and from Bremen and Nuremberg to the most popular Greek destinations that are served by Sky Express. Every Monday and Thursday, flights will connect Greece from Bremen, and from Nuremberg. Destinations to and from Athens include the 14 Greek destinations: Heraklion, Santorini, Mykonos, Karpathos, Skiathos, Paros, Kythira, Ikaria, Zakynthos, Chios, Astypalea, Syros, Naxos and Milos. In April 2017, Sky Express announced that it had signed its first ATR72-500. This is an ATR72-500 aircraft with 70 seats and is already servicing passengers and is operating the most popular routes. Sky Express' fleet consists of ATR42 & ATR72 and JS41 aircraft. 

In July 2016, Sky Express added a maiden ATR42-500 to its fleet following the delivery of F-GYPA last week. The former HOP!-Airlinair (AN, Paris Orly) turboprop arrived in Greece on July 21 where it joined two ATR42-300s and three Jetstream 41s used on scheduled passenger flights throughout Greece. 

SkyGreece Airlines Fleet

Sky Greece Airlines' fleet consisted of ATR 42-300 and ATR 42-500. The ATR42 aircraft had a capacity of 46 or 48 seats and the crew consisted of two cockpit crew members and one cabin crew member. It was a spacious aircraft and had two double lines of leather seats for your comfort and style.

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Has SkyGreece Airlines ceased operations?

Unfortunately yes, SkyGreece ceased all flying operations in 2015. Check out the alternative airlines listed above.