Cancellations and Modifications of AEGEAN and Olympic Air Flights on Wednesday

November 8, 2022

ATHENS – Cancellations and modifications of AEGEAN and Olympic Air flights will occur on Wednesday, November 9, 2022, due to a six-hour work stoppage called by the Air Traffic Controllers Association of Greece (EEEKE) and a 24-hour strike called by the Federation of Associations of Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (OSYPA).

In particular, due to the participation of the air traffic controllers and OSYPA in the strike action, there will be a total of 50 flight cancellations, as well as 42 flight modifications, both of their domestic and international flights network.

AEGEAN and Olympic Air will make every effort to get the passengers of the above canceled flights on flights operated by their networks in the coming days.

For more information, passengers are requested to visit the website of AEGEAN www.aegeanair.com and Olympic Air www.olympicair.com or contact the following telephone numbers:


801 1120000 (from landline), 210 6261000 (from mobile)

For Olympic Air:

801 801 0101 (from landline), 210 3550500 (from mobile)


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