Armavia ceased operations in 2013 and is no longer flying. Please take a look at the alternative airlines above that fly similar routes to Armavia.
Armavia was Armenia's flag carrier airline between 1996 and 2013. It was based at Zvartnots International Airport in Zvartnots, Armenia. Armavia was founded in 1997 as a joint venture between Armenian organisations and Russia's Sibir Airlines, eventually becoming Armenia's national airline.
The airline primarily focused on charter flights, later expanding to scheduled services from Zvartnots International Airport - some of its destinations were within Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
In the late 2000s, Armavia faced increasing competition from low-cost carriers and rising fuel costs. Unfortunately, a fatal plane crash in 2006 resulted in the image of Armavia being tarnished and a decrease in customer confidence. In 2013, Armavia experienced financial difficulties and filed for bankruptcy, ceasing all operations.
Precise information about Armavia's baggage allowance rules is not available, however, it likely followed generic baggage allowance rules that most airlines use.
Passengers may have been permitted one piece of carry-on baggage that couldn't weigh more than 10kg and not exceed certain dimensions.
A personal item may have also been allowed such as a laptop bag, a purse or a small handbag.
Passengers flying with Armavia may have been allowed free checked baggage within a certain weight and size limit. This may have varied depending on the ticket class and route.
Passengers may have been permitted 1 piece of checked baggage weighing no more than 23kg for Economy and 32kg for Business. This allowance would probably increase for long-haul flights.
Online check-in was available through Armavia's website or mobile app. Online check-in opened 48 hours before the flight was scheduled to depart and would close 2 hours before departure.
If passengers were unable to check in online, check-in would be available at the airport via check-in counters or self-service kiosks. At the airport, check-in counters typically opened 2 hours before the flight and would close 45 minutes before takeoff.
Armavia had codeshare agreements with Aerosvit, airBaltic, Air France (SkyTeam), El Al, Rossiya, Kuban Airlines and LOT Polish Airlines, Transaero,Ural Airlines, UTair & VIM Airlines. This meant it was able to operate flights to destinations in Europe, Asia and Africa, such as Athens, Berlin, London, Rome, Dubai, Bishkek, Yerevan and Cairo, among others.
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Zvartnots Airport is the main international airport of Armenia and is Yerevan's main international transport hub. The airport was founded in 1961 and emerged as the primary international airport for Armenia, connecting the country to the world. The airport is known for its unique, saucer-shaped terminal which was designed by Armenian architect Alexander Tamanyan, representing national pride and modernity.
The airport is no longer a hub for Armavia since it ceased operations in 2013 but is still a hub for Air Dilijans, Armenia Airways, Armenian Airlines, Fly Arna, FlyOne Armenia and Shirak Avia.
Before ceasing operations, Armavia operated its flights using the following aircraft in its fleet: