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Aegean: Conservative success amid Greece’s financial crisis — April 2018

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Athens-based Aegean Airlines continues to prove that success is possible for an airline defined neither as an LCC nor a FSC.

At the end of March Aegean announced an order, cautiously described as a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), for up to 42 units of the A320neo family, after a close-run competition against the 737MAX.  The firm element of the order is for 30 units, of which at least 10 will be A321neos, the rest A320neos unless Aegean chooses to convert them to A321s.


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