Armenia Aircomapny is an Armenian airline that offers scheduled flights across parts of Asia and Europe. The airline is based at Zvartnots International Airport (EVN) in the capital of Armenia, Yerevan. Overall, the airline flies to more than 10 different destinations, including its hub in Yerevan.
This Armenian airline was founded in 2015 and flew its first flight the following year. Although it flies to several destinations, it has a strong focus on connecting Yerevan with Tel Aviv and Tbilisi. The airline has a codeshare agreement with Georgian Airways (previously named AirZena Georgian), which allows for better connectivity between Yerevan and Tbilisi through the two airlines.
As well as scheduled passenger flights, the airline also flies passenger charter and cargo flights to destinations outside of its scheduled route network.
Armenia Aircompany flies to several destinations within Asia and Europe, including Yerevan, Tbilisi, Tehran, Tel Aviv, Beirut, Moscow and more.
|Armenia||Ereván||Zvartnots International Airport||EVN|
|Georgia||Tiflis||Tbilisi International Airport||TBS|
|Corrí||Teherán||Aeropuerto Internacional de Teherán Imam Jomeini||THR|
|Israel||Tel Aviv||Aeropuerto Internacional Ben Gurion||TLV|
|Líbano||Beirut||Beirut–Rafic Hariri International Airport||BEY|
|Rusia||Mineralnye Vody||Mineralnye Vody Airport||MRV|
|Moscú||Vnukovo International Airport||VKO|
|Voronezh||Voronezh Peter the Great Airport||VOZ|
Passengers travelling to Mineralnye Vody or Voronezh in any class are permitted 10kg of hand luggage for their flight.
Passengers travelling to Tel Aviv, Lyon, Cologne or Beirut in any class are permitted 7kg of hand luggage for flights.
The size of the hand luggage should not exceed 55 x 40 x 20cm.
Checked luggage must not exceed 158cm of length x width x height. The weight is dependent on the destination and class travelling:
|Mineralnye Vody or Voronezh||25kg||50kg|
|Tel Aviv||20kg||2 x 20kg|
|Beirut||30kg||2 x 30kg|
|Lyon or Cologne||23kg||2 x 23kg|
Economy class provides a simple but comfortable cabin class, allowing passengers to arrive at their destination feeling refreshed and ready for their trip.
Passengers can enjoy a meal or snack onboard their flight as part of the economy ticket price.
Ergonomic seats provide the best comfort in economy, with sufficient legroom for your flight.
Business Class is highly personalised to the passenger, with a dedicated service from cabin staff.
The food offered in business class has more variety and includes traditional dishes. There is also a greater range of drinks and also a welcome drink on board such as fruit juice or water. In addition to this, Business Class has amenities such as blankets and pillows provided for passengers who would like them, so they can enjoy their seat and relax more easily.
Seats in business class are more spacious, private and comfortable. There is extra space, allowing for passengers with laptops or paperwork to be more productive.
While there's no in-flight entertainment system that allows passengers access to watch films or TV shows, listen to music or play games, the airline does offer reading materials to each passenger for them to enjoy for the duration of the flight. This includes newspapers and in-flight magazines.
Food and drink are available for all passengers on all flights, with a selection of light snacks, alcoholic and soft drinks to choose from.
On flights that fly for more than one hour, passengers can enjoy a hot meal, with food inspired by Armenian cuisine.
Armenia Aircompany doesn't currently offer online check-in for their flights.
Passengers must check-in at the airport for their flight. Passengers are asked to please arrive at the airport at least 3 hours before scheduled departure time to ensure they do not miss the cut off for check-in.
The airline has a fleet of just two planes. This includes one Boeing 737-500 and one Boeing 737-700. Each plane is fitted with an Economy Class and Business Class cabin.
Zvartnots International Airport is located close to Zvartnots (12km west of Yerevan, Armenia's capital) and is the hub airport for Armenia Aircompany. The airport is Yerevan's main international transport hub and is the busiest airport in the nation.
The airport was first opened in 1961 and, and handles more than 2.4 million passengers each year.
Other than Armenia Aircompany, the airport is also a hub for Armenia Airways. Other airlines that fly to/from the airport include such as S7 Airlines, Utair, AtlasGlobal, YanAir, Aegean Airlines and ArmWings.
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