Sustainable Fuel Aircraft Delivered to Greece

Aegean’s new A321neo aircraft, which flies with both sustainable and conventional fuel, was delivered from Germany last week.


Aegean Airlines welcomed its latest A321neo aircraft last week, delivered to the Greek carrier’s representatives at the Airbus facilities in Hamburg, Germany.

The fourth aircraft of the 46-airplane order from the Airbus A320neo family arrived (without any passengers) at Athens airport, flying, for the first time in this country, with a blend of sustainable and conventional fuel.

Aegean chief executive Dimitris Gerogiannis said “we continue to work toward the new era of Aegean and of more environmentally sustainable transport, continuing our fleet renewal program amid the pandemic crisis, while increasing our efforts for innovation.”

This article was previously published at ekathimerini.com.


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