|Top route||Athens Eleftherios V. to Parikia Paros|
|Top airport||Athens Eleftherios V.|
Better give some small refreshments on our way out of the airbus.. What’s the point of wearing masks if some people taste water or juices on flight. Perhaps you should give us some puzzles, brain tests etc.. 😁
Lower cost of backbag.. It’s getting like Ryanair!
Amazing boarding, excellent flight
Small but roomy plane. Quick and nice flight
More quiet from the other passengers. More comfortable space in front of the seats
Quick flight. Easy and cheap! Better than taking a ferry over 4 hours
The flight was delayed and they didn’t tell for how long at the beginning
Flight delayed and jampacked full.
Cons: Make it easier to upgrade seats
Pros: fast and efficient
Cons: Plane has propellers so it was shaking
Pros: Our flight from Lemnos to Athens was smooth. Cabin crew offered a snack and drink soon after reaching cruise, we got to enjoy sunset scenes over the Agean Islands which can only be described as spectacular. The ATR-42 is also a capable little aircraft, perfect for these smaller island hops.
Pros: The crew was really great, polite and helpful:)
Cons: Maybe some coffee but really not necessary to make it a great trip:)
Pros: - Flight schedule was kept on time - Smooth flight - e-info nice provided
Cons: Lunch offered shouldn’t be a joke. Small quantities like we had to just say our opinion about the menu.
Cons: Maybe quick check in for all travelers when booking an early morning or a too late/night flight..
Cons: More media or WiFi on board (& not only for flights abroad). Thank you.
Pros: All round the flight was uneventful ie just how it should be.
Cons: The transfer between flights was difficult due to the distance from one gate to the other gate and the tight timeframe - the cabin crew advised there would be a connection ambassador at the gate to assist, when we arrived, but there wasn't which made it a bit more difficult but none the less I made the connecting flight.
Pros: All good!! No complaints.
Don’t Trust Car Rental (RAC) Agents in Milos
Cons: Agent (Leonids) RAC Rental, told me, “We’ll get you to Airport, doing it for 30 years, never a problem.” Return day, 9:40am flight to Athens, agency didn’t open till 9:15 (no a’port drop) Another renter(who was told same story by agent) was dropping off. We used his rental car to get to Airport (suddenly, a’port drop off). Get to a’port at 9:23, and was told flight was closed, go ask RAC for flight ticket refund. Much pleading to get on flight. Will NOT rent from Leonids again.
Pros: Easy boarding, on time and nice beverages.
Pros: Perfectly on time, friendly staff, refreshments delicious.
Pros: I’m an average size male and I could fit in the seat
Cons: 3” leg room.
Cons: Not much. Even had free beer.
Pros: Friendly professional crew.
Cons: Check-in and boarding process.
Cons: Flight was delayed with no explanation
Pros: Very nice and helpful crew. Boarding experience not great in Fira or Athens with buses involved in both but the airline itself is great.
Pros: Crew super nice.
Cons: Everything perfect. Thanks
Cons: Boarding in Greece is always a little behind. But they always leave on time or a little early... I guess it’s fine. But it’s nice to start boarding on time also.
Cons: Terrible airport. Loud Americans are allowed to push in and bring twice the amount of carry on luggage. no order to boarding.
On board Olympic Air flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 55x40x23cm. If your hand luggage is bigger, the Olympic Air assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
Olympic Air proposes only domestic flights in Greece to 26 different cities, including Parikia, Athens, and Chios.
Olympic Air concentrates most of its flight operations in Athens.
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Based in Greece, Olympic Air offers flights to over 30 different destinations, with a majority of them being domestic trips. However, the airline does travel to some international destinations, such as cities in Austria, the United Kingdom, Israel, the Netherlands, and Romania.
Customers that choose to fly with this airline can book two different types of tickets: Economy and Business. With a seat in Economy, you will be given the option of checking one suitcase, as well as bringing a free carry-on item. If you opt to purchase a seat in Business instead, you will be able to bring two carry-on items and two checked bags, while also being able to benefit from priority check-in, priority boarding, and access to the airline lounge before your flight starts boarding.
Olympic Air is a subsidiary of Aegean Airlines, a company that is known for being Greece’s largest airline and for operating a variety of flights throughout Europe and the Middle East. Additionally, this company is a member of Star Alliance, a group that is the world’s largest airline alliance and has members such as Swiss International Air Lines, Lufthansa, and United Airlines.
This airline uses over 15 different planes, with all of them being either ATR or Bombardier. Out of the entire fleet, the Bombardier Dash 8-Q400 is the aircraft that is used the most frequently, due to the fact that it fits up to 78 passengers and has a spacious interior. For short-range flights, the Bombardier Dash 8-100 is used instead, as it is better suited for domestic flights and has a capacity of 37 passengers.