Olympic Airways Airbus A300B4 SX‑BEG

Civil aviation profile prints. 
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Airbus A300-B4 Olympic Airways

Registration: SX-BEG
Named: Diomedes
Type: A300B4-102
Engines: 2 × GE CF6-50C2
Serial Number: 148
First flight: May 19, 1981

Olympic Airways was the flag carrier airline of Greece. The airline's head office was located in Athens. In 1951 the Greek state to merge the three airlines (ΕΛΛ.Α.Σ., T.A.E., Α.Μ.Ε.) into a single operator, TAE Greek National Airlines (TAE). On 6 April 1957 the company was renamed Olympic Airways. In 1980 Olympic received the first of a fleet of Airbus A300s jet aircraft. In 2003 the government restructured the Olympic Airways Group of Companies. The subsidiary, Macedonian Airlines S.A., was renamed Olympic Airlines S.A.