Nov 24, 2011

Armavia renewed with new aircraft

Armavia Air Company fleet was was renewed with a new Boeing 737-500 aircraft. The latter arrived in Yerevan on November 23.
According to Armavia President Mikhail Baghdasarov, the aircraft, purchased from Czech Airlines, has a cabin of 108 seats.
“The aircraft will launch a flight after it is painted to match company's brand," Baghdasarov said.
The Armavia company was established in 1996, but commercial flights to Russia and Turkey only started in 2001. In 2003 Air Company obtained license for international air transportation previously belonging to Air Company “Armenian Airlines”. In 2005 Armavia became current member of International Air Transport Association. In 2006 it became user of “Flight Operations Monitoring” program - System of the flight data decryption and analyzing BC A320/319.


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