Category:Olympic Aviation

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Olympic Aviation Greek alphabet logo
Olympic Aviation logo

Olympic Aviation was created in 1971, as a division of Olympic Airways, the "Division for light aircraft and helicopters". Olympic Aviation's main purpose was to link all the Greek islands to the mainland, so it mainly operated a fleet of small turboprop aircraft, which could land in every airport of Greece. Olympic Aviation played a significant role for Olympic Airways. It served most domestic destinations of the parent company. The company was also responsible for charter flights in the Olympic Airways Group of Companies, until Macedonian Airlines was created. The company ceased operation in 2003 when the Greek government restructured the Olympic Airways Group of Companies, all air transport activity beeing grouped in Macedonian Airlines, renamed Olympic Airlines.

This page lists all films, TV series, and video games that feature aircraft of Olympic Aviation.

See also

Pages in category "Olympic Aviation"

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