Armenia Aircompany has obtained a permit to launch flights from Yerevan to Israel, the General Department of Armenia Civil Aviation has announced.
Starting May 17, the Armenia Aircompany will operate two weekly flights on Thursdays and Sundays between Yerevan and Tel Aviv. Round-trip tickets went on sale today from €247.
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Permission was received following lengthy negotiations between Armenia’s Chief Civil Aviation Department and the Israeli authorities.
Armenia and Israel believe that direct flights between the two countries will have a positive impact on the development of tourism and economy.
Last week, Ural Airways inaugurated a twice weekly flights on Thursdays and Sundays between Tel Aviv and the southern Russian resort of Sochi.