FLYONE Armenia has started selling tickets for its flights between Yerevan and 8 destinations.
All flights will be operated from Zvartnots National Airport and the first flight will be to Moscow, Vnukovo on December 15.
The airline is starting with this schedule:
Yerevan – Moscow – 2 flights a day.
Yerevan – Tehran – on Thursdays and on Sundays.
Yerevan – Lion – on Wednesdays and on Saturdays.
Yerevan – Tel Aviv – on Thursdays and on Sundays.
Yerevan – Krasnodar – on Mondays and on Fridays.
Yerevan – Tbilisi – on Wednesdays and on Saturdays.
Yerevan – Kutaisi – on Thursdays and on Sundays.
Yerevan – Istanbul – on Mondays, Wednesdays and on Fridays.
FLYONE Armenia will operate Airbus A320 aircraft with 180 seats in a single class.
FLYONE Armenia is a subsidiary of FLYONE, a privately owned low-cost airline operating scheduled and charter flights from its base at Chișinău International Airport in Moldova.
FLYONE currently operates direct flights to 14 destinations, 10 regular routes and 4 charter routes.
N.B. Image credit: Anna Zvereva from Tallinn, Estonia