Dec 4, 08, 12:58 pm
Brussels Airlines will codeshare with Aegean starting January 12th, 2009 on the BRU-ATH & connections to Thessaloniki, Heraklion (Kreta) & Rhodos.
Jul 16, 11, 8:55 am
Aegean Airlines and SAS commence code-share partnership
Star Alliance members, Aegean Airlines and Scandinavian Airlines are today entering into a code-share agreement that offers Scandinavian travelers more and quicker transfer points across Europe. In addition, the code share will allow Aegean Airlines to offer Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm, as new destinations in its International Network. The partnership will also allow SAS to offer 6 new onward connections via a transfer in Athens: Thessaloniki, Heraklion, Chania, Rhodes, Kos and Larnaca (Cyprus).
SAS operates 12 weekly direct flights between Copenhagen and Athens. The new code share agreement will add a vast range of options connecting SAS and Aegean Airlines at five European airports, as well as better connections to Thessaloniki.
As of today, SAS will add its SK prefix to Aegean Airlines’ flights from Athens to Chania, Heraklion, Kos, Larnaca and Rhodes, as well as between Athens and Brussels, London, Milan, Paris and Rome. In return, Aegean’s A3 prefix will be placed on SAS flights between Copenhagen and Athens, as well as flights between Copenhagen/Oslo/Stockholm and Brussels, London, Milan, Paris and Rome.
Aegean Airlines became a Star Alliance member last year, which means the SAS EuroBonus members earn points on all Aegean Airlines flights as well as Aegean’s Miles & Bonus members earn points on all SAS flights.
US Airways and Aegean Airlines announce new codeshare agreement
New Agreement Allows More Options for Customers Between Greece and the United States
TEMPE, Ariz., June 30, 2011 – US Airways (NYSE: LCC) and Aegean Airlines’ customers will soon enjoy greater travel options between Greece and the U.S. thanks to a new bilateral codeshare agreement announced today between the two Star Alliance partners. The agreement is subject to both U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and Greek government approval.
US Airways’ customers will have access to Athens, the political and cultural capital of Greece as well as Thessaloniki, Greece via Aegean Airlines service from London Heathrow, Munich, Germany and Rome. Customers will also have the chance to visit the mythical Greek Islands of, Crete, Mikonos, Santorini, Kos, and Rhodes as well as Larnaca, Cyprus through Aegean Airlines’ hub in Athens.
Aegean Airlines customers will be able to fly nonstop to Philadelphia via US Airways’ seasonal service to Athens. They can also take advantage of numerous connecting opportunities to the airline’s international gateway of Philadelphia and Charlotte, N.C. from Paris Charles De Gaulle, Madrid, Spain, Frankfurt, Germany, Rome, London Heathrow, Munich, Germany and Brussels, Belgium.
Customers of both carriers can also expect the same convenient and seamless booking, ticketing and baggage experience as with all codeshare flying.
US Airways’ Senior Vice President, Marketing and Planning Andrew Nocella said, “US Airways continues to bring convenient air travel and numerous connecting opportunities to our customers. We’re excited to announce this additional link between the U.S. and Greece. And, thanks to Star Alliance membership, customers may also accrue and redeem Dividend Miles on Aegean Airlines-operated flights and enjoy lounges access in Athens, Larnaca and Thessolaniki.”
"Aegean Airlines continues to expand its codeshare strategy across the world. The agreement with US Airways increases travel options for Greek passengers and offers U.S. travelers seamless access, via Athens, to the most popular Greek destinations " said Aegean Airlines' Chief Executive Officer, Dimitris Gerogiannis, adding “This agreement also supports our commitment towards constantly improving the travel experience of our passengers and clearly shows another benefit of being a part of the Star Alliance.”
Jul 16, 11, 11:27 am
How about this, A3 and OA are starting codeshares:
Aegean Airlines and Olympic Air has launched reciprocal codeshare service, which sees both carriers codesharing on each other’s International service, covers Olympic Air’s service to Belgrade, Sofia and Tirana, as well as Aegean service to London Heathrow, Paris CDG and Rome.
The two also codeshares on each other’s Domestic service, however domestic codeshare flight is only available for reservation when connecting onto another flight.
European Codeshare Routes and flight numbers:
Route A3 Codeshare OA Operating
Athens – Belgrade A37391
Belgrade – Athens A37392
Athens – Sofia A37307
Sofia – Athens A37308
Athens – Tirana A37311
Tirana – Athens A37312
OA Codeshare A3 Operating
Athens – London Heathrow OA6602
London Heathrow – Athens OA6603
Athens – Paris CDG OA6610
Paris CDG – Athens OA6611
Athens – Rome OA6656
Rome – Athens OA6657
Olympic Air’s Codeshare flight number range on Domestic Aegean Airlines service is OA6000 – 6999
Aegean Airlines’ Codeshare flight number range on Domestic Olympic Air service is A37000 – 7999