Twenty percent international traffic growth – three times faster than the country’s rate of increase in total tourism air arrivals.
A strong second place finish in the global regional airline category
AEGEAN reports improved 2014 results, driven by network expansion and Olympic Air synergies. Consolidated revenue increased by 7% to €912m. Passenger traffic rose by 14% to 10.1m passengers, highest ever achieved by a Greek airline.
SKYTRAX 2011 World Airline Awards
Reduction in losses, despite crisis and sharp fuel rise
AEGEAN announces results for the full year 2009. Revenue increased 2%, reaching €622.7m. Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization and lease costs (EBITDAR) declined 6% to €95.9m. Net earnings after tax reached €23m compared to €29.5m in 2008 (-22%).
Aegean, the largest Greek airline, announced a national cultural initiative, ultimately aiming at boosting the country’s international image, as well as supporting Greek tourism.