Aegean Airlines now flies from Dublin to Athens, which means you can now fly to Greece, Cyprus and beyond with the best regional airline in Europe. The carrier, a Star Alliance member, will now operate direct flights from Dublin to Athens twice weekly.
The Greek Ambassador to Ireland, H.E. Katia Georgiou, cut the tape at Dublin Airport to inaugurate the first flight from Dublin Airport. The flight is operated by an A320 aircraft in a two-class configuration of Business and Economy.
Aegean Airlines, which currently operates 205 international routes from its eight Greek bases, is the largest ever Greek enterprise in the aviation sector. As the first Greek carrier with 13 million available seats and 120 destinations – 87 abroad, in 32 different countries, and 33 in Greece – Aegean has set itself the target of placing Greece firmly back on the global aviation map.
Maintaining its excellent record of recognition as the Best Regional Airline in Europe, Aegean received an award from SkyTrax in 2014 for the fourth year in a row. The World Airline Awards are the top awards in the global aviation industry and represent the highest accolade for an airline, depending entirely as they do on passenger votes.