Newspaper: Civil Aviation Committee chief on vacation in Maldives amid Armenia aviation scandal

News.am, Armenia
Feb 24 2021

YEREVAN. – Hraparak daily of Armenia writes: While the Armenian society is discussing another Armenian aviation scandal over the hijacking of a Boeing 737 and its landing in Iran, the Civil Aviation Committee is issuing a statement that, "The Committee is aware of the location of the aircraft and is currently working closely with the aviation authorities of the countries concerned."

However, the whole issue is that the chair of the Civil Aviation Committee, Tatevik Revazian, is not in Armenia these days; she has gone on vacation with her family.

On February 7, according to our information, she left for the Maldives islands—on board a Yerevan-Dubai-Maldives flight—to have a rest.

They expected her to return [to Armenia] the day before, but she has not returned yet, albeit the committee has long reconciled with the reality of working without a leader.

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Newspaper: Civil Aviation Committee chief on vacation in Maldives amid Armenia aviation scandal

News.am, Armenia
Feb 24 2021

YEREVAN. – Hraparak daily of Armenia writes: While the Armenian society is discussing another Armenian aviation scandal over the hijacking of a Boeing 737 and its landing in Iran, the Civil Aviation Committee is issuing a statement that, "The Committee is aware of the location of the aircraft and is currently working closely with the aviation authorities of the countries concerned."

However, the whole issue is that the chair of the Civil Aviation Committee, Tatevik Revazian, is not in Armenia these days; she has gone on vacation with her family.

On February 7, according to our information, she left for the Maldives islands—on board a Yerevan-Dubai-Maldives flight—to have a rest.

They expected her to return [to Armenia] the day before, but she has not returned yet, albeit the committee has long reconciled with the reality of working without a leader.

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