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            november 13, 2019

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Aegean appoints CRS


Aegean Airlines has appointed CRS Airline Representatives as its first cargo GSSA for Spain and Portugal. CRS is the sixth member of the EGSAC independent GSSA  network to win a contract with the airline. 
Aegean began operating five flights per week from Barcelona in July 2009, using A320 aircraft. 
CRS will initially focus on traffic from the Barcelona catchment area. It is also considering interlining with the services of  carriers in the Leisure Cargo group, which it also represents, to capture cargo from Funchal, Faro, Lisbon and Porto. 
Should Aegean eventually increase its services, either with a second Spanish gateway or larger aircraft, CRS will be able to connect the airline’s service to the networks of other client carriers including Aerosur, SBA (formerly Santa Barbara) Airlines, TAM, as well as further Leisure Cargo services. 
Says CRS Director Toni Beato: “We are delighted to have won the representation for Aegean Airlines, which offers excellent coverage of the most important destinations throughout mainland Greece and the Greek Islands. 
“We are hopeful that the airline will develop its services to the Iberian peninsula, which will enable us to open up many more opportunities for them.” 
Aegean Airlines was launched in 1999, and merged with fellow Greek carrier Cronus in 2001. The airline operates 21 A320 and A321 aircraft within a total fleet of 31. It serves 17 Greek and 26 international destinations. 
CRS was a founder member of the EGSAC network, which now comprises 32 members with 127 bases in 33 countries.

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