AEGEAN and Etihad Airways announce their partnership and celebrate the launch of AEGEAN's new direct flights to the UAE capital.
AEGEAN presents its growth strategy for 2014. The plan calls for 13,000,000 seats on its flights to 87 international destinations in 32 countries and 33 domestic destinations from 8 Greek bases, the addition of 5 new Airbus aircraft to its fleet and the introduction of 17 new international destinations.
AEGEAN announces its Student Support Programme "close to youth", enabling 500 students to travel to and from their home and study location free of charge.
Based on voting, AEGEAN is awarded as "Regional Airline of the Year" for 2014 at the Air Transport News Awards.
The buyout and transfer of 100% of Olympic Air shares to AEGEAN is completed after the final agreement between AEGEAN and Marfin Investment Group SA is signed. Once this formal part of the process is completed, Olympic Air becomes an AEGEAN subsidiary.
The European Commission announces its decision to approve AEGEAN's buyout of Olympic Air.
AEGEAN introduces two new ticket categories for its Economy class: GoLight and Flex.
The number of the international routes reach 160, from 28 countries in 12 Greek airports (scheduled and charter flights)
Aegean is awarded for the third consecutive year and for the fourth time in total, as the best regional airline by the international awards SKYTRAX.
Code Share flights between Continental Airlines and Aegean Airlines are announced.
Aegean Airlines joins Star Alliance network. Connecting Greece to the World. Improved Access to Greek Vacation Hotspots.
The main shareholders of Aegean Airlines and Olympic Airlines agreed to the merger of their respective activities.
Launch of program “Aegean – Supporting Children”. Aegean carries more than 10,000 students to visit the new Acropolis Museum.
2 new Airbus aircraft, “Cleisthenes” and “Pheidias”, take the New Acropolis Museum and Greece on a journey around the world.
Aegean Airlines receives ISO 14001 certification for environmental protection .
Aegean increases the total number of Airbus Α320/Α321 orders to 27 from 25, by exercising its option for 2 additional A321 with delivery in 2009 (total order of 23 A320 and 4 A321).
Aegean is listed on the Athens Stock Exchange.
Delivery of the three first Airbus A320’s.
Aegean Airlines becomes new Airbus customer, ordering 8 Airbus A320.
Aegean becomes partner of Lufthansa. Due to the cooperation both airlines offer their passengers code-share flights, convenient transfer and many other benefits.
New destination: Larnaca. Aegean Airlines starts scheduled flights to Cyprus.
Aegean Airlines proceeds to fleet commonality. The fleet now consists exclusively of JET aircraft (13 Boeing 737 300/400 and 6 AVRO RJ100).