Sep 29, 2009

Armavia replenishes fleet with CRJ-200

“I think our passengers will like the jet, which is comfortable and maneuverable,” Armavia President Mikhail Baghdasarov said during the presentation of the aircraft in Zvartnots Airport. “The passenger flow reduces in winter, so there is a need for a small aircraft.”

CRJ-200 will fly to Minvody, Stavropol, Voronezh, Zurich, Athens and Rome.

Mr. Baghdasarov also informed that the company is planning to cut down ticket prices.

“Our company is already well-known in CIS countries and Europe. So, now our task is price reduction,” he said.


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