Olympic Air (OA/OAL)



Olympic Air S.A. is a regional airline, a subsidiary of the Greek airline Aegean Airlines. It was initially formed from the privatization of the former Greek national carrier Olympic Airlines, a company that carried the name Olympic Airways from 1957 to the beginning of the 21st century. Olympic Air commenced limited operations on 29 September 2009, after Olympic Airlines ceased all operations, with the official full-scale opening of the company taking place two days later on 1 October 2009. Its main hub is Athens International Airport, with Rhodes International Airport serving as secondary hub. The airline's headquarters are in Building 57 at Athens International Airport in Spata,[5] and its registered seat is in Koropi, Kropia, East Attica.[6]
Source: Wikipedia
About
Country:   Greece
Identifier: OA/OAL
Callsign: OLYMPIC
Alliance: Star Alliance(affiliate)
Frequent-Flyer Program: Miles+Bonus
Founded: 2009
Started Operations: Sep 2009
Website: http://olympicair.com
Source: Wikipedia
Plane Information
3 Total
None Active

Current Delays

Departures
17% delays
5 min. average
Arrivals
27% delays
14 min. average

Flight Profile

Models Flown

Bombardier

List of all Planes flown by Olympic Air

Reg Airline Model Seats Age Last Flight
Reg: SX-BIQ Airline: Olympic Air Model: Bombardier
DHC8D
Seats: 37 Eco Age:  NA Last Flight:  N/A 999999 106751 37
Reg: SX-BIO Airline: Olympic Air Model: Bombardier
DHC8D
Seats: 37 Eco Age:  27.59 years Last Flight:  N/A 999999 9873 37