Armenia's national air carrier, Armavia, presented today its airliner Boeing 737-500.
"It is a very nice, comfortable aircraft with 110 seats. We have bought two aircrafts for Armavia, the second will be delivered soon,’ Armavia owner Mikhail Bagdasarov told reporters.
He said the aircraft was bought from Czech Airlines. The second Boeing will be delivered to Armenia on December 15.
According to Bagdasarov, Boeing 737-500 is designed for medium-haul flights - up to 4 thousand miles in all directions, including Dubai, Moscow, Italian Milan, Venice and Rome.
However, he did not say how much the company paid for it.
"We have handed back leased expensive aircrafts, replacing them with cheaper ones," Bagdasarov said.Armavia National Air Company was established in 1996. The company meets IATA international requirements. Armavia operates over 100 flights a day to more than 40 destinations in 20 countries. Its fleet of aircrafts comprises А320-3, А319-3, CRJ-200, Yak-42-VIP, Il-86, Sukhoi Superjet and Boeing.