Athens airways

Athens Airways

Athens Airways est une compagnie aérienne privée grecque, qui dessert des aéroports grecs.

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Son premier vol a eu lieu le 31 janvier 2009. Sa flotte comporte cinq appareils.

  • Portail de la Grèce Portail de la Grèce
  • Portail des entreprises Portail des entreprises
  • Portail de l’aéronautique Portail de l’aéronautique
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