Aegean


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an arm of the Mediterranean between Greece and Turkey

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However, he believes that Turkey is not aiming to provoke a "hot incident" in the Aegean.
Currently, Aegean has a global presence in more than 30 markets and a team of professionals ready to serve its customers wherever they are around the globe.
Aegean Airlines announced the service in October last year.
Currently, Aegean operates a fleet of 49 Airbus aircraft (37 A320s, 11 A321s and 1 A319).
Mr Enders said: "We are extremely proud Aegean has selected Airbus to boost the efficiency of their future fleet."
It is the largest order by a Greek carrier and third time Aegean has invested in new aircraft since launching operations 19 years ago.
Prime Minister Binali Yildirim told reporters that the Turkish coast guards had removed the flag from the island off the coast of the Aegean resort of Didim.
Eftichios Vassilakis, Vice-Chairman of Aegean Airlines, said: "Aegean's decision to select the latest generation Airbus A320neo family follows an intense and exhaustive evaluation to determine the best aircraft for Aegean's growth and longterm success.
Being crowned with the title of the "Most Exporting Company of the Aegean Region" with its exports volume of $671 million performed in 2017, Petkim was also granted with the award of "Largest Exporter of Chemical Industry" across the region in consequence of the evaluation performed on the members of the Aegean Exporters' Associations.
AEGEAN was honored with the 2017 Award for Europe's Leading Regional Airline in the glamorous World Travel Awards ceremony, often referred to worldwide as the "Oscars of the Tourism Industry." This year, the Gala Ceremony took place in the Marble Hall, Russian Museum of Ethnography in St.
Beyond Thalassocracies: Understanding Processes of Minoanisation and Mycenaeanisation in the Aegean
The latest report by IOM follows (http://www.ibtimes.com/refugee-crisis-over-500-feared-dead-after-vessel-sinks-mediterranean-sea-2357105) reports suggesting that about 500 people might have died after a ship sank over the weekend in the Aegean Sea.
Global Banking News-December 29, 2015--UAB completes USD120m credit facility syndicate for Aegean
United Arab Bank (UAB), announces the successful closing of a $120 million credit facility for its client, Aegean Oil Terminal Corporation, a subsidiary of NYSE listed Aegean Marine Petroleum Network Inc.