Greek carrier Aegean Airlines is just three to four weeks away from a narrowbody renewal decision, as it prepares to grow to a 75-aircraft fleet by 2023. Aegean, which acquired Greek rival Olympic Air in 2013, currently operates 46 Airbus A320-family aircraft and 12 turboprops. Delivering a keynote address at the Aviation Club UK in London on Feb. 7, Aegean Airlines CEO Dimitrios Gerogiannis confirmed that a fleet-renewal tender is about to be decided. Airbus A320neo and Boeing 737 MAX ...

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