Olympic Air, the new name of the privatized and restructured Olympic Airlines, officially will begin flying on Oct. 1 with 21 aircraft, increasing shortly to 32 (16 A319s/A320s, 10 Q400s, five Dash 8-100s and one ATR 42), according to press reports. Marfin Investment Group bought the carrier last spring (ATWOnline, March 25), and executives said yesterday that Olympic has signed a codeshare agreement with Delta Air Lines with a view toward joining SkyTeam eventually, according to Reuters. ...

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