06.05.2006 01:05 GMT+04:00

/PanARMENIAN.Net/ Head of the General Department of Civil Aviation
of Armenia Artem Movsesyan confirmed the information that early
Ma4 two Armenian jets burnt in a Belgian airport. As it was reported
earlier, May 5 night fire broke out in the airbase of Sabena-Technique
Belgian company. As result 4 A-320 planes including two Armenian ones
burnt. One plane belonged to Armavia national carrier, the other -
to entrepreneur Versand Hakobyan. The Armenian planes were undergoing
servicing in Belgium. Armavia press office said it will be possible
to speak of the damage only after official information on the fire
is received. The plane was insured. "Aibus-320 was a reserve one and
the incident will not tell on the flight," Armavia representatives
said. To note, Armavia lost its second plane during the recent 3 days,
reported IA Regnum.

From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress