AEGEAN named Best Regional Airline in Europe


For the 12th consecutive year and 13th overall, AEGEAN has been named the “Best Regional Airline in Europe” at the prestigious 2023 World Airline Awards, held at the Paris Air Show. 

Also, AEGEAN ranks among the best airlines for its cabin crew, conquering the 4th position in the ranking for “Best Airline Staff in Europe 2023.” 

Edward Plaisted, CEO of Skytrax, said: “AEGEAN continues to deliver a remarkable standard of consistency in the awards survey, and this ongoing recognition from their passengers as the Best Regional Airline in Europe for the twelfth time is a simply fabulous achievement for the airline management and staff.”

Crew of AEGEAN with the award.

Dimitris Gerogiannis, AEGEAN’s CEO, commented: “We are very proud to have been named the Best Regional Airline in Europe for an astounding twelfth time. A recognition that increases our responsibility towards our customers.”

“Our success lies in the passion and tireless efforts of our exceptional team, who consistently go above and beyond to deliver an extraordinary travel experience,” Mr Gerogiannis added.

“We also owe this achievement to the trust and loyalty of our valued passengers, whose unwavering support has been the cornerstone of our success. We thank them for choosing AEGEAN. We remain committed to raising the bar even higher, continuously improving our services, and innovating to meet the evolving needs of our passengers.”

The World Airline Awards are wholly independent and impartial, introduced in 1999 to provide a customer satisfaction study that was truly global. Travelers across the world vote in the largest airline passenger satisfaction survey to determine the award winners. 




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