AEGEAN and Volotea Announce Code-Sharing Agreement

ATHENS — AEGEAN and Volotea, two air carriers, on Wednesday announced a commercial partnership envisaging code-sharing in flights and more choices for their passengers.

More specifically, AEGEAN said the two carriers agreed to offer, under a common code, 100 flight destinations from and to Greece with popular cities in Spain, Italy and France, already offered by the two airline companies. These flight destinations include foreign cities such as Venice, Verona, Naples, Genova, Lyon, Bordeaux, Marseille, Madrid, Barcelona and Greek cities such as Athens, Heraklion, Corfu, Mykonos, Santorini, etc.

AEGEAN already has a significant number of commercial agreements for code-sharing of flights with large airline companies, mainly with members of Star Alliance.


With the COVID-19 pandemic all but forgotten - despite still hospitalizing and killing people - tourists in 2023 returned to Greece in such numbers the sector is on a path to break records set in 2019 before the Coronavirus struck.

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