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OLYMPIC AIR

Olympic Air: Rebirth of a legend
Throughout the proud history of Olympic, the first Greek airline carrier, one will come across many great legends. From 1957, when Olympic Airlines was founded by Aristotle Onassis, until the present day, the historic six-ring logo has traveled the Greek flag in five continents and served as a point of reference and pride for generations.

On October 1st 2009, Olympic entered a new, promising era, spreading its wings and embarking on new voyages and renamed as Olympic Air.

Olympic Air and Aegean united their strengths on October 2013 in order to become even better and offer a wide-ranging network extended within Greece as well as abroad, supporting Greek regions and ensuring the qualitative access even to the most remote Greek island. They connect every corner of Greece, flying to 111 international destinations and 34 Greek airports, while through Star Alliance network they fly all over the world.