Air Armenia

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Air Armenia
AirArmenia logo.png
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded 2003
Hubs Zvartnots International Airport
Fleet size 1 (VIP)
Destinations 10
Headquarters Yerevan, Armenia

Air Armenia CJSC (Armenian: Էյր Արմենիա) is a passenger and cargo airline with its head office in Yerevan, Armenia.[1] Its base is Zvartnots International Airport in Yerevan.


The airline was established in 2003 and started operations on 18 March 2003. 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.[2][3] In July 2013 General Department of Civil Aviation of Armenia granted Air Armenia designations to operate passenger flights.

On 29 October 2014 the airline suspended all operations until at least 20 December due to financial problems.[4][5]

A Ukrainian investment fund announced the purchase of a 49 percent stake in Armenia’s leading airline on Friday, pledging to help restart soon its commercial flights. Vladimir Bobylev, the chief executive of the East Prospect Fund, pledged to invest at least $30 million in the troubled Air Armenia carrier. Armenian news agencies quoted him as saying that it plans to replace and expand the company’s small fleet of aircraft in the coming months.[6]


Air Armenia served the following destinations, until October 2014:[7][8] (all flights suspended until further notice)

City Country IATA ICAO Airport Notes
Athens  Greece ATH LGAV Athens International Airport
Frankfurt  Germany FRA EDDF Frankfurt Airport
Krasnodar  Russia KRR URKK Pashkovsky 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
Yekaterinburg  Russia SVX USSS Koltsovo Airport
Yerevan  Armenia EVN UDYZ Zvartnots International Airport Hub


As of May 2017, the Air Armenia fleet consists of the following aircraft:[9]

Air Armenia fleet
Aircraft In Service Orders Passengers Notes
C Y Total
Airbus A320-200 1 1[10] TBA
Bombardier CRJ700 2[11] TBA
Air Armenia Cargo Fleet
AN-12 2 Cargo
AN-32 1 Cargo
Government of Armenia Fleet
Airbus A319-100CJ 1[12] VIP
Total 4 4


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