Empty Legs and Empty Seats on our websites and mobile apps

The best can be made better... Empty Leg page in our websites and the app. Greek Air Taxi Network now is improved and all empty legs are offered also by the seat. The empty seat program besides the empty seats on empty legs, offers empty seats on flights where the client wishes to share the cost of the flight. You can also open a flight and invite people to join.

Welcome to a new way to fly!


The ideal air taxi airplane a King Air B200 joined the Greek Air Taxi network. This 6-7 turbo prop can operate even to airports with  short runways with speed and comfort. Base of operations is Athens and indicative prices and availability is shown on line  in our websites and applications. We strongly recommend  to use it next time you fly in Greece or the neighboring countries.

The ideal air taxi airplane a King Air B200 joined the Greek Air Taxi network. This 6-7 turbo prop can operate even to airports with  short runways with speed and comfort. Base of operations is Athens and indicative prices and availability is shown on line  in our websites and applications. We strongly recommend  to use it next time you fly in Greece or the neighboring countries.


Advanced Air Bombardier Learjet 75 ( video )

The Learjet 70/75 is a light business jet airplane manufactured by the Learjet division of Canadian aircraft manufacturer Bombardier Aerospace. Wikipedia

 

Range3,778 km
Wingspan16 m
Unit cost70: US$11.3 million; 75: US$13.8 million (2015)
Engine typeGarrett TFE731
Number builtnearly 130 by January 2019

Airbus H355 5-seat 2-engine helicopter compliments Greek Air Taxi Network Fleet

A new addition to the Greek Air Taxi Network Fleet, this Airbus H355 5-seat 2-engine helicopter compliments the Santorini-based fleet consisting of a 3-seat Robinson 44 and an 4-seat Airbus H120. Price and availability can be found online in our mobile application “Greek Air Taxi Network” and on our Smart Banner on all of our websites.

Visit our websites :
https://www.abi.gr/
https://www.greekairtaxinetwork.com/
https://jets4you.net/
https://helicopter4you.com/
https://www.athenshelitours.com/en/
https://santorinihelitours.com/
https://www.greekairambulancenetwork.com


14 Best Things to Do in Rhodes

Rhodes, the fourth largest of the Greek Islands, is full to the brim of things to do with its beautiful beaches, historical sights and lush forest. Famous for its 300 days of sunshine every year and once home to the Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, Rhodes is a vibrant island just off the Anatolian coast of Turkey. We’ve put together our ultimate guide to Rhodes with the best sights and things to do. Happy planning!

More at https://www.thewholeworldisaplayground.com/best-things-to-do-rhodes/https://www.thewholeworldisaplayground.com/best-things-to-do-rhodes/


The Most Beautiful Beaches to Visit in Zakynthos, Greece

Zakynthos (also known as Zante) is famed for its spectacular coastline. Boasting a series of hidden coves and bays, beautiful beaches and relaxed vibe, it’s not surprising the island is popular. While everyone has their own idea of what makes a beach beautiful, there are a few common characteristics across the board.

More at https://theculturetrip.com/europe/greece/articles/the-most-beautiful-beaches-to-visit-in-zakynthos-greece/https://theculturetrip.com/europe/greece/articles/the-most-beautiful-beaches-to-visit-in-zakynthos-greece/


20 BEST GREEK ISLANDS

'The isles of Greece, the isles of Greece, eternal summer gilds them yet…'

Lord Byron was on to something when he waxed lyrical about the Greek islands. But with more than 200 to choose from, which ones are the very best Greek islands? Here regular isle-hopper Rachel Howard reveals the ones to get in a speedboat for

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While flying over Athens, check out Salamis, a turning point for western civilization

Battle of Salamis, (480 BC), battle in the Greco-Persian Wars in which a Greek fleet defeated much larger Persian naval forces in the straits at Salamis, between the island of Salamis and the Athenian port-city of Piraeus. By 480 the Persian king Xerxes and his army had overrun much of Greece, and his navy of about 800 galleys bottled up the smaller Greek fleet of about 370 triremes in the Saronic Gulf. The Greek commander, Themistocles, then lured the Persian fleet into the narrow waters of the strait at Salamis, where the massed Persian ships had difficulty maneuvering. The Greek triremes then attacked furiously, ramming or sinking many Persian vessels and boarding others. The Greeks sank about 300 Persian vessels while losing only about 40 of their own. The rest of the Persian fleet was scattered, and as a result Xerxes had to postpone his planned land offensives for a year, a delay that gave the Greek city-states time to unite against him. The Battle of Salamis was the first great naval battle recorded in history. ( source )