Fly One Armenia is a subsidiary airline of the Moldovan airline Fly One. The airline is also owned by an Armenian pro-government deputy Khachatur Sukiasyan. This subsidiary airline was founded in March 2021 during COVID-19 pandemic.
As of September 2021, not much information has been revealed by the airline. The airline is likely to operate with a fleet of Airbus 320 family aircraft, capable of flying short-haul routes and accommodating around 180 passengers depending on seat configurations.
Fly One Armenia has a different baggage policy for carry-on and checked baggage policy.
Carry-on baggage onboard must not exceed the weight and size allowance of the airline or the airline reserves the right to refuse to let the item be carried onboard. Items onboard must fit within the overhead lockers and under the seat.
All items are subject to airport security checks and prohibited items found would be confiscated by airport security.
Futher information on checked baggage allowance will be released closer to the airline launch.
Checked baggage for the flight must not be heavier than 32kg as the airline won't transport the baggage due to international health and safety regulations. Valuable items and lithium batteries should always be stored in your carry-on baggage.
Fly One Armenia passengers can check in online for a quick and easy airport journey. Alternatively, if you're unable to check in online, you must check in at the airport.
Online check-in is available on the Fly One Armenia website. You can check-in as early as 30 days before the departure time. Once online check-in is completed, you'd would obtain your boarding pass in advance.
Please prepare your travel information and flight details for check-in. If you don't check-in at the airport, you must check-in at the airport with your travel documents.
Airport check-in is available for passengers who haven't checked in online. The airport check-in counters open 3 hours before and close 1 hour before the scheduled departure time. You must comply with the check-in deadline or you may be refused to board the aircraft.
Fly One Armenia's frequent flyer programme is called 'FLYONE Club'.
Once you've joined the FLYONE Club, you're entitled to discounts on baggage, add-on services and flights. There's a membership fee applied to joining the FLYONE Club. Memberships are divided into four tiers, 'FLYONE Club', 'FLYONE Club+', 'Family Club' and 'Family Club+'.
'FLYONE Club'& 'FLYONE Club+' offers benefits to up to 2 passengers, 'Family Club' mean it benefits up to 4 passengers whereas 'Family Club+' offers discounts for up to 6 passengers.
Fly One Armenia isn't part of any airline alliances.
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It's unclear as to where the airline will be based at. However, it is likely that the airline will be based at the main international airport of Armenia in Zvartnots. The airport is utilising one runway and one passenger terminal.
Fly One Armenia is likely to fly with a fleet of the Airbus 320 family aircraft, which is a narrowbody aircraft with the capacity to accommodate around 180 passengers in a two-class layout.
Destinations that Fly One Armenia is planning to fly is unclear. More details will follow when the airline launches.