by Arthur Yernjakyan
Air Armenia has leased an Airbus 320.
The company's marketing manager Sirak Hambardzumyan told ArmInfo on Friday that the plane arrived at Zvartnots Airport on Thursday evening.
On Sunday it will fly for Air Armenia for the first time. The plane was made in 2001 and has 180 seats.
This is Air Armenia's third plane. The company has one more Airbus 320 and a Boeing 737-500.
Air Armenia was set up in 2003. At first it carried only cargoes. In 2013, following the bankruptcy of Armavia, it started carrying people, which resulted in a significant drop in air ticket prices in Armenia.
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