Air Go Airlines
|Hubs||Athens International Airport|
Air Go Airlines was a cargo airline based in Athens, Greece. Its main base was Athens International Airport.
The airline started operations in September 2008. At first, Airgo Airlines had regular flights from Athens to Larnaca, reaching up to five flights per week. The lack of significant cargo to fly on the return leg of the flight though, forced the airline to eventually discontinue the route after about one year of operation. Later, its operations included domestic flights within Greece, carrying newspapers to Thessaloniki, Crete, Rhodes and occasionally to other smaller islands, ad-hoc flights, as well as long-term contracts for major courier companies.
Airgo ceased its operations at the end of October 2011.
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The Air Go Airlines fleet includes the following aircraft (as of 20 February 2010):
- 1 × BAe ATP
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