Fly Hellas A320

What is Fly Hellas?
Fly Hellas was a short-lived charter airline that operated between 2010-2011. Its hub was Athens International Airport “Eleftherios Venizelos” (ATH/LGAV). It was initially a subsidiary of charter airline Viking Airlines, however, after Viking’s collapse, Fly Hellas became an independent airline.

At the time of closure, the Fly Hellas fleet consisted of the following aircraft:

  • 1x Airbus A320

  • 1x Boeing 737

What is the Airbus A320?
The Airbus A320 is an aircraft created by Airbus, being the main player of the Airbus A318-A319-A320-A321 family of aircraft. It is the the most ordered airliner in history, surpassing the Boeing 737 family in October 2019.



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