ARMENIAN NATIONAL AIR COMPANY GETS EUROPEAN SECURITY CERTIFICATE

ARKA
Sep 1, 2008

YEREVAN, September 1. /ARKA/. Armavia Air Company has passed European
security audit successfully, Mikhail Baghdasarov, the owner of the
company, said in an interview with ARKA News Agency on Monday.

He said Armavia got an international security certificate. "We are
considering the possibility of operating joint flights with the
largest European companies", Baghdasarov said.

He said that the company is planning to launch flights to India,
China, the United States and maybe the Great Britain. He also didn't
rule out that flight to Zurich could be resumed.

The owner of Armavia said that negotiations over new flights to Berlin
are under way as well.

Now the company operates over 70 regular flights a week to CIS and
European countries,

The air company has nine aircrafts - two Airbus 319, two Airbus 320,
one Boeing 737, one CRJ-100, one Yak-42, one Тu-134 and one Il-86.

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