Sep 2, 2010

Armavia Cancels a Summer Flight to Batumi and Two to Moscow

Armenia’s national carrier Armavia said it had cancelled a direct flight from Armenian capital Yerevan to Batumi, Georgia and two to Moscow, Russia.

The flights were introduced for summer season to handle the growing number of Armenians traveling to Batumi, a popular Black Sea tourist destination for thousands of Armenian holidaymakers and Russia’s capital. Armavia said these flights will not be resumed for winter months.

Armavia was established in 1996. In 2005 its all shares were purchased by Mika Ltd of Mikhail Baghdasarov. The company operates 102 flights a week to 35 destinations in 20 countries. In 2009 it flew 700,000 passengers.

The company’s fleet comprises 9 aircrafts- А320-3, А319-3, CRJ-200, ЯК-42-VIP.


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