Zvartnots International Airport

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The Zvartnots International Airport is located at Zvartnots, about 10 km west of Yerevan, capital of Armenia, on the road to Echmiadzin. The airport was completed in 1981. The place is famous for the Zvartnots ruins of a palace church located there from the 7th century. The airport facility is central to the round shape of the church.

In 2001, the airport for 30 years at the company Aeropuertos Argentina was leased. 2004 began the construction of a new terminal. The arrival hall of the new terminal was opened in the departure hall in the summer of 2007 in the fall of 2006.

The airport is a hub for Air Armenia.

Airlines and destinations

Currently the only destination in the German-speaking Vienna, which is served by Austrian Airlines once daily. Previously objectives were served in Germany also by the Armenian company Armavia. Armavia put 2013 to flight operations. Other objectives include Moscow with Aeroflot, S7 Airlines and Transaero, Dubai Fly Dubai, Prague with Czech Airlines and Paris with Air France.