Articles Tagged ‘EVN’
Etihad Airways commences services to Yerevan – becomes first MEB3 carrier serving Armenia’s capital.
Included in this week’s bumper offering of 21 FTWAs are five from airports welcoming TAP Portugal, plus two, four tender FTWAs. It is also includes the first ever effort from one of the world’s most significant airports – London Heathrow – which might be an airport global leader, but how will it match up in […]
Mahan Air joins Iran Aseman Airlines on linking Tehran with Yerevan.
VIM Airlines’ traffic starts to stabilise in recent years; Makhachkala and Simferopol are top destinations for S14
Following a fluctuating pattern since 2005, VIM Airlines’ traffic began to stabilise in recent years, with 1.4 million passengers handled in 2013. As the sixth largest Russian operator (according to Innovata schedule data) expands significantly from its Moscow Domodedovo hub this August, anna.aero investigates VIM’s top 12 routes and reveals which country markets are served […]
After Armavia’s demise last March, Air Armenia has taken over as the de facto national carrier of Armenia. With a fleet of just two aircraft so far (a 737-500 and an A320), the airline’s route network is focused on Russia. We reveal which other routes are served and what share the airline has of the […]
Air Armenia adds weekly flights between Yerevan and Ekaterinburg in Russia.
UTair commences daily flights from Moscow Vnukovo to Yerevan, utilising 737-500s and competing with Air Armenia and Transaero Airlines.
Air Armenia launches thrice-weekly flights between Yerevan and Krasnodar on 3 February competing with UTair Aviation and Aeroflot.
UTair ups its presence in Armenia’s capital city of Yerevan adding a four times weekly service from Krasnodar.
UTair Ukraine commences weekly flights between Kharkiv Airport in Ukraine and Yerevan Airport in Armenia.
Air Arabia adds Sharjah Airport to Yerevan Zvartnots Airport in Armenia.
With nine new airlines starting operations at Yerevan in the last 12 months, the airport serving the Armenian capital, which opened a 3.5m capacity new terminal in 2011, is clearly bouncing back after the demise of its flag carrier Armavia. anna.aero looks at which airlines are growing and why it is better located than Dubai […]