TEXNIKAI AEROPORIKAI EKMETALLEYSEIS (TAE)

IATA: - 095 ICAO: - FOUNDED: 1935 CEASED OPERATIONS: 1951

HISTORY: TEXNIKAI AEROPORIKAI EKMETALLEYSEIS (TAE) (In english TECHNICAL AND AERONAUTICAL HOLDINGS) was a Greek airline formed in 1935 by Stephanos Zotos. It flew domestic routes until the German invasion of Greece in April, 1941 destroyed the fleet. TAE resumed service after the end of World War II and flew DC-3 Dakotas until 1951 when the Greek qovernment forced the consolidation of three extant airlines into one new nationalized airline which was called TAE Greek National Airlines.

 

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26/4/1947 (From Chania to Athens)

 

 

23/9/1947

 

 

11/6/1948 (From Thessaloniki to Athens)

 

 

27/10/1948 (From Athens to Thessaloniki to Athens)

 

 

 

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