Survival Skills

Buyck, Cathy
March 2015
Aviation Week & Space Technology;3/2/2015, Vol. 177 Issue 8, p38
Trade Publication
The article focuses on challenges faced by Aegean Airlines due to Greece's uncertain financial outlook and if the country leaves the eurozone position. It mentions that the country's government opposes measures imposed as part of the country's bailout by the European Central Bank, International Monetary Fund and European Commission. Topics discusses include the company's new air routes, views of Aegean's managing director Dimitrios Gerogiannis on the firm's restructuring.


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