Why Aegean Airlines is prioritising scheduled business in bid to ride out GTF disruption

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Aegean Airlines aims to grow scheduled capacity by around 7% this year despite the pressure the Greek carrier faces on aircraft availability due to ongoing maintenance issues related to the Pratt & Whitney GTF engines that power its Airbus A320neo-family aircraft.

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