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Armavia Airline Company Co. Ltd
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Founded 1996
Ceased operations 1 April 2013
Hubs Zvartnots Airport
Fleet size 11
Destinations 20
Parent company Mika Armenia Trading
Headquarters Zvartnots International Airport
Yerevan, Armenia
Key people Norayr Belluyan

Armavia (Armenian: Արմավիա) was an airline company in 1996–2013, operating as Armenia's flag carrier, with its head office on the grounds of Zvartnots International Airport in Zvartnots, Armenia, near Yerevan.<ref>"Headquarters." Armavia. Retrieved on 24 January 2011. "Air Company “Armavia”, International Airport Zvartnots, Yerevan 0042."</ref> It operated international passenger services from Yerevan to destinations in Europe and Asia. Its main base was Zvartnots International Airport.<ref name="FI">Flight International 27 March 2007</ref>

On March 29, 2013, Armavia announced the decision to begin filing bankruptcy proceedings<ref>"Armenia’s flag carrier airline Armavia launches bankruptcy proceedings". Associated Press. 29 March 2013. Retrieved 29 March 2013. </ref> and suspend operations on April 1, 2013. All flights had been cancelled as of the evening of March 29, 2013.<ref>Helix Consulting LLC. "Armavia stops flights, prepares to file for bankruptcy". panorama.am. Retrieved 24 June 2015. </ref>


Armavia sections
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Armavia Airline Company Co. Ltd
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Armavia Logo.svg

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Founded 1996
Ceased operations 1 April 2013
Hubs Zvartnots Airport
Fleet size 11
Destinations 20
Parent company Mika Armenia Trading
Headquarters Zvartnots International Airport
Yerevan, Armenia
Key people Norayr Belluyan

Armavia (Armenian: Արմավիա) was an airline company in 1996–2013, operating as Armenia's flag carrier, with its head office on the grounds of Zvartnots International Airport in Zvartnots, Armenia, near Yerevan.<ref>"Headquarters." Armavia. Retrieved on 24 January 2011. "Air Company “Armavia”, International Airport Zvartnots, Yerevan 0042."</ref> It operated international passenger services from Yerevan to destinations in Europe and Asia. Its main base was Zvartnots International Airport.<ref name="FI">Flight International 27 March 2007</ref>

On March 29, 2013, Armavia announced the decision to begin filing bankruptcy proceedings<ref>"Armenia’s flag carrier airline Armavia launches bankruptcy proceedings". Associated Press. 29 March 2013. Retrieved 29 March 2013. </ref> and suspend operations on April 1, 2013. All flights had been cancelled as of the evening of March 29, 2013.<ref>Helix Consulting LLC. "Armavia stops flights, prepares to file for bankruptcy". panorama.am. Retrieved 24 June 2015. </ref>


Armavia sections
Intro  History   Destinations    Fleet    Incidents and accidents   References  External links  

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