Aegean Airlines converts its A320/321 to cargo aircraft
Aegean Airlines has changed the interior of two A320/321 aircraft in its fleet in order to be able to carry larger cargoes of medical supplies
Greece’s flag carrier Aegean Airlines has changed the interior of two Airbus A320/321 aircraft in its fleet in order to be able to carry larger cargoes of medicine, supplies or other first aid medical material.
Aegean Airlines and Hellenic Petroleum have offered the free use of aircraft and fuel, respectively, to bring medical supplies from China to Greece to fight the Covid-19 pandemic. In a joint statement, the companies added to previous donations by offering 10 flights to China or the Far East, wherever medical supplies, emergency material or equipment may be produced. Aegean is offering its aircraft, crew and all the flight expenses while Hellenic Petroleum will cover all fuel costs.
Additionally, the two companies also offered to underwrite any repatriation flights requested by the Civil Protection and the Foreign Ministries.