YEREVAN. – The new Armenia Airline will launch flights on April 21, shareholder Robert Hovhannisyan said at a press conference on Wednesday.
The first flights will be conducted to Moscow and Tel Aviv.
“The airline has already been registered and it received an operating license two weeks ago,” Hovhannisyan stated. “Now, we have submitted an application to obtain a license [to fly] in several directions.”
Another shareholder, Tamaz Gaishvili, informed that, first and foremost, Armenia Airline plans to conduct flights to Moscow and other Russian cities as well as to Tehran, Dubai, Tel Aviv, Kiev, Minsk, London, Barcelona, Prague, and Larnaca.
“We will accept applications at the airports, from pilots and maintenance personnel so that Armenian specialists can work in their homeland,” Gaishvili added.