Aegean Airlines remained well in the black last year, although net profit fell 22% to €23 million ($31.1 million) from the €29.5 million earned in 2008 as a result of the recession and the decline of the Greek economy during the final four months of the year. Revenue increased 2% to €622.7 million mainly due to what Aegean called a "significant" international network expansion, which included new routes from Athens to Brussels, Berlin Tegel, Barcelona, Venice, Istanbul Ataturk, Vienna and ...

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