Oct 26, 2009

Armavia cleans fleet from old aircrafts

/PanARMENIAN.Net/ Being included in the list of over 4 thousand companies which should reduce carbon dioxide burst, Armavia national carrier decided to clean its fleet from old aircrafts.

“There aircrafts which do not fly now. These are Il-86 and Tu-134. If we remove these aircrafts from our fleet, the company will have no problem,” said Mikhail Baghdasarov, President of Mika Limited and owner of Armavia.

“If companies like Air France and Lufthansa are included in the list, it’s a serious issue,” he said.

Source: panarmenian.net

Oct 1, 2009

Armavia’s Yerevan-Rome-Yerevan flight will link Armenia with Southern Europe

/PanARMENIAN.Net/ “Armavia’s Yerevan-Rome-Yerevan flight will link Armenia with Southern Europe,” Armavia Director General Norayr Belluyan told a news conference during an official ceremony in Rome. “We hope that a number of tourists and businessmen will take Armavia flights to Rome,” he noted.

In this connection Belluyan informed that Yerevan-Rome-Yerevan flight is operating twice a week. Additional flight is scheduled. The flights will be operated by Airbus jetliners and new CRJ-200 aircrafts.

Armavia Air Company LLC is the national air carrier of the Republic of Armenia. The company was founded in 1996. Currently the company is operating about 250 flights to over 30 countries of the world.

Source: panarmenian.net