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Etihad Airways signs codeshare agreement with Olympic Air

May 14 - Etihad Airways signed a codeshare agreement with Olympic Air that will allow passengers to Greece easy access to Romania and Bulgaria for the first time. The new deal comes into effect on Tuesday May 18.


According to the agreement, Etihad will place its two-letter 'EY' code on services operated by Olympic Air between Athens and Rhodes and Thessaloniki in Greece, the Romanian capital Bucharest, and capital of Bulgaria, Sofia.


Similarly, Olympic Air will place its 'OA' code on Etihad’s flights between Athens and Abu Dhabi and in due time on flights to Johannesburg, Cape Town, Sydney and Melbourne (pending government approval). Speaking on the occasion, James Hogan, CEO of the airline said: "We look forward to strengthening the Etihad customer base in Greece by including the Olympic Air code on our flights from Athens to Abu Dhabi, which have been performing strongly."
 

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