Aegean Airlines, which recently took delivery of its seventh and final Airbus A320ceo, is in the final stages of installing an A320 flight simulator training facility in Athens, Aegean MD Dimitris Gerogiannis said at the A320ceo handover ceremony. The Greece-based carrier operates 47 A320 family aircraft. “We have a simulator in Munich, and a fixed base A320 simulator, and we are also in the final stages of installing an A320 simulator in Athens. That way we shall be able to have our ...

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