|Hubs||Zvartnots International Airport|
Air Armenia CJSC (Armenian: Էյր Արմենիա) is a passenger and cargo airline with its head office in Yerevan, Armenia. The airline was established in 2003 and started operations on 18 March 2003. It operates freight services to destinations in the CIS and Europe. Its base is Zvartnots International Airport, Yerevan.
In July 2013 General Department of Civil Aviation of Armenia granted Air Armenia designations to operate passenger flights.
Since all passenger rights were granted on an exclusive basis to Armavia in 2003, Air Armenia could only operate cargo aircraft. After the liquidation of Armavia in 2013, Air Armenia announced its plans to launch passenger services as well, and became the largest air carrier of Armenia.
Air Armenia serves the following destinations, as of September 2014:
|Athens||Greece||ATH||LGAV||Athens International Airport|
|Moscow||Russia||VKO||UUWW||Vnukovo International Airport|
|Nizhny Novgorod||Russia||GOJ||UWGG||Nizhny Novgorod International Airport|
|Paris||France||CDG||LFPG||Charles de Gaulle Airport|
|Saint Petersburg||Russia||LED||ULLI||Pulkovo Airport|
|Samara||Russia||KUF||UWWW||Kurumoch International Airport|
|Sochi||Russia||AER||URSS||Sochi International Airport|
|Yerevan||Armenia||EVN||UDYZ||Zvartnots International Airport||Hub|
Air Armenia also operates seasonal charter flights to following destinations:
|Airbus A319-100CJ||1||VIP||Operating for the Government of Armenia|
- "Contacts." Air Armenia. Retrieved on September 3, 2014. "Air Armenia Head Office: 21 Gevorg Kochar Str. Yerevan 0009, Armenia" - Address in Armenian: "21 Գևորգ Քոաչար փ. Երևան 0009, Հայաստան" - Address in Russian: "Геворг Кочар 21, г.Ереван 0009, РА"
- air.am - History
- air.am - Schedule
- planespotters.net - Air Armenia Fleet Details and History
- air.am - Air Armenia's receives delivery of second passenger aircraft
- air.am - Boeing 737-505 Arrives at Zvartnots Airport
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