Notice: As of February 2021 Atlantis Armenian Airlines has suspended all operations and ceased trading
Atlantis Armenian Airlines commonly referred to as Atlantis European Airways was an airline based in Armenia. The airline was founded in 2004, however, it ceased operations in February 2021. The airline operated a range of routes across Europe from their hub airport of Zvartnots International Airport in Yerevan. The airline operated a mixed fleet of both Boeing and Airbus aircraft, operating the Airbus A320-200 and Boeing 737-500.
Atlantis Armenian Airlines ceased operations as of February 2021. If you wish to travel to Armenia then click on some of the icons below to find out more.
As of February 2022, Atlantis Armenian Airlines no longer operates any services. However, the airline previously operated to:
|Armenia||Yerevan||Zvartnots International Airport|
|Austria||Vienna||Vienna International Airport|
|Czech Republic||Prague||Václav Havel Airport Prague|
|Georgia||Kutaisi||David the Builder Kutaisi International Airport|
|Tiblisi||Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport|
|Greece||Athens||Athens International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos|
|Russia||Moscow||Sheremetyevo Alexander S. Pushkin International Airport|
|Ukraine||Kyiv||Boryspil International Airport|
Atlantis Armenian Airlines no longer operates services, meaning there is no longer a baggage policy
As of February 2022, Atlantis Armenian Airlines has suspended operations and closed its reservations and website systems. As services are no longer operated, there a more check-in facilities both online or at the airport.
Atlantis Armenian Airlines doesn't possess any aircraft as it has ceased operations.
Atlantis Armenian Airlines no longer operate and no longer have any aircraft, so inflight entertainment is unavailable.
Complimentary food and drinks aren't provided as the airline no longer operates.
The airline may have offered a frequent flyer program, however, as the airline has entered liquidation this has been suspended.
Armenian Atlantis Airlines is not part of any airline alliance.
As of February 2022, the airline has suspended services and returned its fleet to the lessors. Previously the airline operated:
Zvartnots International Airport (EVN) is the major international airport serving the Armenian capital of Yerevan. The airport handled 2.2 million passengers in 2021 but has a capacity to handle around 3 million annually. The airport operates with a single runway and offers a diverse route map with destinations across Europe, North Africa and the Middle East all being served. The airport is connected to downtown Yerevan with a direct express bus service (Bus 201) which also allows passengers to ride to the Yerevan Metro. The airport is near the M5 motorway making private transfers to Yerevan easy with an abundance of car rental outlets and the airports partnered taxi firm Yandex Taxi.
EVN is a hub airport for Aircompany Armenia, Armenia Airways, Fly Arna as well as FlyOne Armenia, the airport was previously a hub for Atlantis Armenian Airlines until its suspension in 2021. Numerous other international airlines operate to the airport including Aegean Airlines, Aeroflot, Air Arabia, airBaltic, Air Cairo, Air France, Albawings, Austrian Airlines, Belavia, Brussels Airlines, Eurowings, Condor, flydubai, Georgian Airways, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, MEA, Qatar Airways, S7 Airlines, Wizz Air and more.