Aegean has unveiled its new livery and brand identity after taking delivery of three new Airbus A320neo aircraft.

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis attended the official ceremony to unveil the new-look livery, which is inspired by the sky, sea and historical architecture.

The Greek airline has 46 aircraft on order by 2025, with the option for 12 more, and has committed to investing $500m per year in the expansion and modernisation of its fleet.

Six of the new aircraft are due by July this year, adding 1.5 million seats to its routes and taking the airline’s fleet of aircraft to 65 serving 155 destinations in 44 countries.


Aegean chief executive Dimitris Gerogiannis said 2020 signifies “a new beginning” for Aegean.

“The next 24 months will be extremely creative for us, since we will design our renewed product offering”, he added. “The new aircraft represents primarily a platform that enables our people to work consistently towards creating a better travelling experience for our passengers.”