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Aegean Airlines has reported improved results for the first half of 2014, resulting from the benefits of its network expansion and from cost synergies with Olympic Air. Consolidated revenue increased by eight per cent to €388.6 millio, compared to the combined revenue of both companies in 2013. Consolidated pre-tax earnings reached €22 million from €7.2 million and after-tax earnings rose to €16 million from €6.9…
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Aegean Airlines and Olympic Air's overall passenger traffic increased by 21 per cent in June of 2014, reaching 1,085,210 passengers, according to their latest figures. This is the first time in the company's history that the monthly airline passenger traffic has exceeded one million passengers. June's increase reinforced the trend of the first six months of 2014 for the entire network, which also rose by…
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Tuesday, 14 January 2014 10:39

Air Serbia to launch six new routes in H1

Air Serbia has announced that throughout H1 of 2014, six new destinations will be introduced to Europe and the Middle East. Flights to Beirut, Lebanon; Budapest, Hungary; Sofia, Bulgaria; and Varna, Bulgaria are expected to launch on March 30, 2014, followed by Kiev, Ukraine and Warsaw, Poland on May 29, 2014. The introduction of these new services will increase the total number of destinations on…
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Tuesday, 31 December 2013 08:48

Wizz Air soon to launch Budapest-Donetsk route

Wizz Air has announced a new Budapest route to Donetsk in Ukraine to be operated twice a week on Wednesdays and Sundays, starting April 30, 2014. The airline's new service is expected to provide direct access to eastern Ukraine and one of the country's largest cities and business centres. It is anticipated that the new service will contribute to Hungary's tourism and hospitality industry. Corporate…
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Aegean Airlines is to introduce a non-stop service from Hamburg Airport to Athens three days a week – Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, as of May 2014. The route is to be operated with an Airbus A320. CEO, Hamburg Airport, Michael Eggenschwiler said: "There is very strong demand, not just from holidaymakers and the many business travellers, but also from the many Greeks who live here…
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