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Olympic Air

Olympic Air

Olympic Air is the flag carrier airline of Greece. Olympic Air was founded in 2009 and is the largest airline in Greece based on number of destinations. Its main hub is Athens International Airport, with Thessaloniki International Airport and Rhodes International Airport serving as secondary hubs. Olympic Air operates scheduled passenger services to more than 38 destinations. On 22 October 2012 it was announced that Aegean would purchase Olympic Air.

Olympic Air is a not a member of an airline alliance. Olympic Air operates a mixed fleet of Airbus and Bombardier aircraft.

Cabin
Olympic Air offers 3 classes of service. Business Class, Premium Economy and Economy Class. Premium Economy class is only available aboard Bombardier Q400 aircraft.

Our rating:
Advantages of Olympic Air are the diversity and quantity of destinations and direct flights to destinations in Greece. The fleet is well maintained. It is also possible to select a seat and check in online.
Disadvantages of Olympic Air are the seat pitch in economy class on long distances. Not too much legroom although direct European competitors offer more or less the same seat pitch.

Olympic Air is a good but average airline. No extraordinary performance but a decent airline with good service. Olympic Air has many flights to destinations in Greece.

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