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  • Park Of "Armavia" Company Filled Up With CRJ-200 "Bombardier" Airpla


    Sep 29, 2009

    YEREVAN, SEPTEMBER 29, ARMENPRESS: The airplane park of "Armavia"
    Armenian airlines has been filled up with a new airplane. Yesterday
    CRJ-200 "Bombardier" plane has been brought to Armenia. Owner of the
    airlines Mikhail Baghdasarov told journalists that the airplane will
    implement flights to Minvodi, Stavropol, Voronezh, Zurich, Athens
    and Rome. It can transport 50 passengers.

    According to him the new airplane will contribute to the increase
    of the profitability of the airlines and the decrease of the ticket
    prices. M. Baghdasarov noted that such an airplane will be exploited
    in Armenia for the first time. He said that the necessity for such a
    plane is that in winter the flow of passengers reduces and the planes
    become unprofitable.

    "For a long time we were seeking for a plane which would be profitable
    in winter, small in sizes, comfortable, fast and at the same time
    ensuring low ticket prices," M. Baghdasarov noted.

    According to him one of the most important issues the state faces is
    the issue of decrease of prices for air tickets, and it will be able
    to be settled as the CRJ-200 plane is economizing and compared with
    other planes demands less fuel. Such planes are also profitable from
    the viewpoint of opening of new flights when the flow of passengers
    is small at the beginning.

    The owner of the company noted that the plane has been purchased
    from a German air company. But he did not wish to issue the title of
    the company and the price of the deal. M. Baghdasarov said that the
    Company will continue to fill up its airplane park but everything
    will be done cautiously and in accordance with the business plans.

    "The activity of the company presents three phases. At the beginning
    it used old foreign airplanes, then rented new ones, but now the
    third round started when the company buys airplanes making them its
    property," M. Baghdasarov said.

    "Armavia" Air Company is a member of International Air Transport
    Association (IATA).

    lights in 30 directions - CIS states, Europe, Middle East. The airplane
    park of the Company consists of A-319, A-320, IL-86, TU-134 planes.

    From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress