YEREVAN, October 25. /ARKA/. Armenia’s national carrier Armavia Air company and Moscow’s airport Domodedovo are celebrating the 10th jubilee of their cooperation, the company said Thursday, Novosti-Armenia reports.
“Within that period the company transported over 1.5 million passengers through its Yerevan-Moscow-Yerevan flights. All of them were warmly welcome at Domodedovo, and could enjoy the airport’s hospitality while going back to Armenia’s capital,” the report states.
Armavia operates two daily flights from Domodedovo.
“Due to the cooperation between Domodedovo airport and the Armenian national air carrier, air travelers have new opportunities, which combine constantly developing airline routes of the company with the unique transfer potential of the largest airport of Russia.”
The airline counters will be colored into brand colors in order to cheer the travelers on this day. A mobile photo studio will also be available for those who would like to take pictures.
Armavia was established in 1996. Armavia operates more than 100 flights a week to 40 destinations in 20 countries. The company has passed IATA audit for the third time to receive IOSA certificate, stating that Armavia meets all international safety standards. The company operates Airbuses, CRJs, Boeings and Russia-produced Sukhoi Superjets.
Moscow airport Domodedovo is the largest passenger traffic airport in Russia. In 2011 it served 25, 701, 610 passengers entering the group of Europe’s largest airports in ACI classification. World’s leading aviation alliances, oneworld and Star Alliance, chose the airport for flying to Moscow.
Domodedovo tops rating of Eastern Europe’s best airports due to its high-quality service, according to the survey conducted by independent research company Skytrax Research (Great Britain). -0-