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Fly Hellas (formerly known as Viking Hellas Airlines) was a privately owned charter airline based at Athens International Airport. Viking Hellas Airlines commenced its operations in February 2010 with a single McDonnell Douglas MD-83 operating charter flights across Europe. Soon after the airline ordered 2x Airbus A320-200s.

Its parent company Viking Airlines ceased operations in October 2010. During this time, Viking Hellas decided to rebrand to FlyHellas in order to separate itself from the Viking Airlines A.B group.

Later on in November 2011, FlyHellas announced that it would terminate its operations due to financial difficulties.


Viking Hellas operated scheduled and charter flights to the following destinations:

Egypt Cairo Cairo International Airport
Israel Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport
France Lyon Lyon Airport
France Nantes Nantes Atlantique Airport
France Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
Greece Athens Athens International Airport
Greece Samos Samos International Airport
Greece Skiathos Skiathos Island National Airport
Greece Thessaloniki Thessaloniki Airport
Italy Milan Malpensa Airport
Portugal Porto Francisco de Sá Carneiro Airport
UK Belfast Belfast Airport
UK Birmingham Birmingham International Airport
UK Humberside Humberside Airport
UK London Gatwick Airport
UK London Stansted Airport
UK Manchester Manchester Airport


Fly Hellas fleet consisted of the following aircraft:

  • Airbus A320-200
  • Boeing 737-700

Hub Airport

Athens International Airport

Athens International Airport (ATH) is the largest international airport in Greece, which serves the Athens region. In 2022, the airport handled over 22.7 million passengers, additionally, the airport is one of the top 20 busiest airports in Europe and one the busiest airport in the Balkans. Athens Airport is a hub for Aegean Airlines, Olympic Air, Ryanair, Sky Express, and Volotea.


When did Viking Hellas cease its operations?

Viking Hellas ceased its operations in 2011. This means that you can no longer purchase any Viking Hellas flights, however, there are a number of other airlines that operate a similar route including airBaltic, and Lufthansa among others. Scroll to the top of the page to start searching for flights to any destination of your choice.

Where did Viking Hellas fly to?

Viking Hellas flew to over 25 destinations, mainly across Europe including Paris, Milan, Porto, Samos, Lyon and many more.