Greek regional airline Sky Express is gearing up for a major expansion in passenger traffic as it moves away from public service obligation (PSO) routes to a normal commercial business model. The small carrier has expanded from its original base at Heraklion, Crete, to two additional hubs at Athens and Thessaloniki. In 2015, it carried just 85,000 passengers between the Greek mainland and the country’s many islands, on PSO routes that equate to the US Essential Air Service ...

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