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of 2004 for the first time in nearly 70 years AirSea Lines Limited
(ASLI), through its Greek subsidiaries ASL GR and Pegasus
established ownership of the first commercial seaplane operation
AND PASSENGER SAFETY.
AirSea Lines came to fill in the inadequacies of the current transportation
system by offering seaplanes as an alternative mode of transport.
Under its commercial brand Pegasus Aviation and partly owned by
Harbour Air in Canada, AirSea Lines started flying tourists and
residents from Corfu to Paxos with two aircraft (Twin Otters), giving
an end to the uncomfortable and long slow ferry journeys that take
the gloss off island-hopping holidays in Greece, while offering
a quick, affordable, safe and exciting alternative.
THE WAY PEOPLE
LIVE, WORK AND PLAY.
After a year of successful
operations with a proven quality service and happy passengers, our
company expanded with scheduled flights from Corfu to Paxos, Lefkada,
Patra, and Ithaki. In addition, the first ever direct seaplane route
from Corfu to Brindisi giving residents and tourists of both Greece
and Italy a wider choice of places to explore and an easy solution
to hopping around this stunning region (check schedule
for destinations mentioned above). AirSea Lines is a Greek owned
company, which is supported with the knowledge and expertise that
has been developed with Harbour Air of Canada, the largest seaplane
operator in the world.