Aegean Airlines Routes
News: Aegean Airlines has launched a three-times a week flight to London Stansted, on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Aegean Airlines has also launched a new UK service with flights from Manchester to Athens it flies once a week, outbound on Saturday and return on Monday.
Aegean Airlines main base is at Athens Airport, with a smaller sub-hub at Larnaca on Cyprus, and at Thessaloniki in northern Greece.
The core, flagship route is from Athens to London Heathrow. There are three flights a day, at 0915 (arr 1115), 1330 (arr 1530) and 1910 (arr 2110). All flights are operated by the large A321, and unusually this is the only Aegean flight where there is in-flight entertainment. Return flights are bunched up late in the afternoon, with Aegean Airlines flights from London Heathrow at 1215, 1635, and 1715. To get to Athens in the early morning you have to route via Munich.
There are also seasonal flights three-times a week to London Stansted, on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Aegean Airlines has also launched a new UK service with flights to and from Manchester to Athens it flies once a week, outbound on Saturday and return on Monday.
Frankfurt has four daily flights from Athens but three of these are Lufthansa code shares. The only real Aegean flight is at 0815, arriving 1015.
Munich is pretty much the same boat, with just one real flight a day, and the rest being codeshares the Aegean flight is at 0835.
Youll see some Aegean flights to some pretty distant places for example you can fly as far as Melbourne on an Aegean codeshare. Make no mistake though, this will be on Singapore Airlines. Mind you, in the premium classes, these codeshares can come in amazingly cheap.
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