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by Arthur Yernjakyan
The second plane of the Air Armenia company arrived at Zvartnots Airport on Tuesday.
The A-320 liner can carry 150 passengers and is supposed to fly to Moscow on a daily basis.
Marketing Manager of Air Armenia Sirak Hambartsumyan told ArmInfo that on Nov 17 the company will redouble the number of flights to Moscow.
He said that this year the company will lease on more A-320.
Used for flights to Moscow until now, Air Armenia's Boeing 737-500 will now fly to Samara, Sochi, Krasnodar and Rostov-on-Don.
The first charter flight Yerevan-Rostov-on-Don-Yerevan was carried out on Oct 23, the first regular flight to Moscow on Oct 27. Air Armenia is also licensed to fly to St.Petersburg.
President of Air Armenia Vahan Harutyunyan said earlier that the company was going to enlarge the geography of its flights and was planning to lease additional liners to that end.
Air Armenia was set up in Apr 2003 and was a cargo carrier before 2013.