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Call Sign : ARMENIAN
Country: Armenia

Facts about Armenian Airlines

Armenian Airlines was the state-owned national airline of Armenia.
Armenian Airlines had used Tupolev airplanes.
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The move is an important step in Armenian Airlines’ modernization and expansion program–which plans to grow its Airbus Industry fleet to ten aircraft by the year 2005.
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* Armenian Airlines is based in Upper Square London. You can view a list of neighbouring businesses by going to the Upper Square page.
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* Armenian Airlines is based in Hobart Place London. You can view a list of neighbouring businesses by going to the Hobart Place page.
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At the end of 2002, when Armenian Airlines was sold by a government decree to Siberia Airlines, the government took the debts of Armenian Airlines upon itself.
Armenian Airlines has stopped its activity in 2004.
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After state-owned Armenian Airlines folded under the weight of its debts, Sibir assumed the lion's share of the defunct carrier's 36 flight destination licenses through a two-year-old airline called Armavia,