Mar 31, 2011

National air carrier Armavia delays flight to Rome by one day

Armenia’s national air carrier Armavia said today its March 29 flight from Yerevan to Rome, Italy, has been shifted to March 30.

A press secretary of the company, Nana Avetisova, said the flight was delayed because two of the company’s aircrafts are being overhauled. She said other flights were operated in due time. Avetisova said also one of the two aircrafts under repair is due to be back in Yerevan today.

Yesterday the company said several flights to Russia, Rome and New Delhi would be delayed due to lack of aircrafts.
Armavia was established in 1996. The company meets IATA international requirements operating over 100 flights a week to more than 40 destinations in 20 countries. It owns 11 aircrafts – three А320, three А319, three CRJ-200, one Yak-42-VIP and one Il-86. In April the company will buy also a new Russian-made Superjet -100.


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