Aegean Airlines is the flag carrier airline of Greece, and was established in March 1999 from its predecessor Aegean Aviation. It operates out of Athens International Airport at Athens, with a secondary hub at Thessaloniki International Airport. It has been a member of Star Alliance since 2010.
Aegean Air believes in constant innovation, and was one of the first to introduce e-tickets in 2003. They are also very serious about their corporate social responsibility, which is always an integrated part of their business rationale.
In 2013, it was awarded the Best Regional Airline in Europe at the Skytrax International Awards for the 3rd consecutive year, which was also its 4th time in total.
Passengers in the Middle East can make an Aegean Air online booking to and from Abu Dhabi, to connect to the other worldwide destinations of the carrier. This includes cities in Greece as well as many others in Europe.
The fleet of the carrier consists of many different Airbus models – the A320, A319 and A321. These are installed with the latest safety systems and undergo meticulous daily maintenance.
Aegean Air web check in is available from 48 hours to 30 minutes before the departure of your flight. Passengers can also use the mobile check-in options or the self check-in kiosks at the airport to avoid waiting time at the airport. It is also advisable to check your Aegean Air PNR status before leaving for the airport, to reconfirm the details of your booking.
Once you are on board, you can discover Greek cuisine as the airline gives its passengers a chance to enjoy a traditional and healthy Greek meal. Business Class passengers may be provided two such hot meals depending on the duration of the flight. Other comforts on board include comfortable leather seats in Economy and specially designed spacious seats in Business Class. The in-flight entertainment and the Aegean Airlines Blue magazine along with the in-flight shopping is sure to keep passengers well occupied. For more details, please contact the customer service of the airliner here.
According to the Aegean Air baggage allowance, Business Class passengers may take on board 2 pieces of baggage, one weighing up to 8 kg, and the other up to 5 kg. Economy Class passengers may carry on 1 piece weighing up to 8 kg. Passengers in Flex or Economy may check in 1 piece of up to 23 kg, and Business Class passengers may check in 2 pieces of up to 32 kg. For more details of baggage policy, please check here.
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International passengers can do online check-in up to 48 hrs before departure, and domestic travelers can do so 24 hrs before departure.
Depending on passengers flying class, checked-in baggage of 23 Kg to 32 Kg is allowed. While the limit for cabin baggage is up to 8 Kg is permitted.
Yes. Aegean charges 10% of the adult fare for infants traveling on an adult’s lap under the age of 2.
Aegean Airlines flies to 78 destinations internationally.
Aegean offers onboard Wi-Fi with which you can access a huge library of movies, music, TV shows, documentaries and more.
Most cats and dogs can fly in the cabin. However, pets weighing more than 8 Kg with their cage will be transported via aircraft hold.
It serves complimentary alcohol on international flights.
IATA code is A3, ICAO code is AEE, and callsign is AEGEAN.
Beverages with an alcoholic content between 24 % to 70 % are allowed in check-in luggage with a limit of up to 5 liters.