After a great sunny week of holidays on Kos it was time to head home. I reached the small but recently totally renewed terminal of Kos in the late morning.
There were two check in counters for Olympic Air and waiting time was only ca. 10 minutes.
Security was quite fast and soon I was airside where some I passed throug some crowded shops before I arrived in a totally crowded any way to cramped waiting area (especially during Covid times).
I walked around a bit and had some views on the apron including this Smartwings Boeing.
Finally boarding started and a bus brought us to our waiting Olympic Dash 8 pasing an easyjet Airbus.
Boarding was via front and rear entrance and quite quick.
A disinfection towel was provided at the entrance door.
I was surprised to see a Business Class sign on the front seats as I did not know Olympic provides such a cabin. At least on domestic flights they do not offer this cabin class to my knwoledge so I suppose it is for some of their very rare International hops.
I reached my seat where pitch was very tight and the seat was worn as the whole cabin in general.
Cabin ended up very full for this hop to Athens.
Some views outside.
Soon we started to taxi away while a manual safety demonstration was conducted.
We powered into the air for this 45 minutes flight across the Aegean sea.
Ca. 10 minutes into the flight a free bottle of water was provided to every passenger but no small snack although Olympic mentions to provide one as a current service feature on their webpage (also as part of their covid service).
Flight progressed smoothly with some nice views outside.
We approached Athens and touched down on time.
Thanks for reading,
An unspectacular short hop but still nice and on time. A small candy or something similar would have been nice in addition to the water.