Greek Flight School, Egnatia Aviation, Achieves Milestone of 26 First Solo Flights at its New EUR 6 Million Airport

14th Mar 2023

Egnatia Aviation, one of Greece’s largest flight schools, has shared that it has hit a milestone of 26 first solo flights at its newly operated ‘Lydia’ Aerodrome.

Previously Egnatia Aviation announced it has completed the construction and renovation of Lydia Aerodrome, the first General Aviation Airport in the country, in Amygdaleonas, Kavala. The creation of the new aerodrome came from an investment of 6 million euros funded by the Aviation Equity Fund and will double Egnatia Aviation’s pilot training capacity to 400, and other aviation services.

Source: Egnatia Aviation Press Release
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