Greece-based Aegean Airlines has reported strong passenger growth in the first-half, but faces challenges as the country’s debt crisis continues. Aegean carried 4,962,537 passengers in the first six months, up 15% (or 630,000) compared to the year-ago period. International passenger traffic rose 20% year-over-year. The airline’s Athens hub and main base grew 26%, driven by additional frequencies to traditional main source markets. Over the past six months, Aegean added 16 new ...

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