"ARMAVIA" PLANS TO OPEN REGULAR FLIGHT YEREVAN-TBILISI-YEREVAN TILL END, 2006
Yerevan, December 11. ArmInfo. The "Armavia" Company plans to open
a new regular flight Yerevan-Tbilisi-Yerevan till the end, 2006,
which had been stopped after the former USSR collapse, the Company’s
press-service told ArmInfo.
According to the source data, the opening of the new flight is
conditioned on the increase of demand in air communication between
the two countries in view of the business contacts development.
Moreover, this flight will become one way of transportation more for
the citizens between Russia and Georgia with change in Armenia after
Russia had stopped a direct transport communication with Georgia. The
Yerevan-Tbilisi-Yerevan flights will be carried out twice a week by
YAK-42 airplane. The price of the air-ticket to both ends without
airport taxes starts from $100. Moreover, it is scheduled to open
one regular flight more Yerevan-Ashkhabad-Yerevan till the end, 2006.