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October 2003
Aegean Airlines launches e-ticket (paperless ticket), a new modern service that offers the opportunity of booking and issuing a ticket at the same time. Aegean is the first and only Greek airline to offer e-ticket.
November 2001
Aegean Airlines launches the Business Class service on all international flights as well.
April 2001
Aegean Airlines joins forces with Cronus Airlines. The network expands to 11 destinations in Greece and 7 international destinations..
July 2000
Two brand new AVRO RJ 100 are added to the fleet. Now, Aegean flies to 11 cities all over Greece with more than 80 daily flights. Enjoy your flight with one of our 6 AVRO RJ 100 and the 3 ATR 72 and relax in the comfort of our wide leather seats.
May 2000
Aegean continues to expand and flies to an 11th destination: Santorini.
December 1999
Aegean Airlines acquires Air Greece. The fleet now consists of 4 brand new RJ and 3 ATR 72. Flights to Mitilini are launched.
October 1999
A third AVRO RJ 100 is added to the fleet. Three new destinations are inaugurated: Alexandroupolis and Corfu.
June 1999
Aegean flies to 2 new destinations Rhodes and Chania.
May 1999
The first flights from Athens to Heraklion and Thessaloniki are performed by 2 new aircraft JET AVRO RJ 100 manufactured by BAE Systems (British Aerospace). Always committed in providing the highest standard of passenger services, our aircraft are powered by 4 silent engines that provide comfort and speed.
March 1999
Aegean Airlines is established.
Aegean Aviation is united with Vassilakis Group of Companies. Investments in new owned Lear jet are made for chartered flights all over the world.
Aegean Aviation becomes the first private airline with an air operator's certificate in Greece.