by Arthur Yernjakyan
On July 20 Air Armenia will start flying to Moscow three times a day.
According to the company's marketing manager Sirak Hambardzumyan, the third flight will be carried out in the afternoon. Until now the company has flown to Moscow only in the evening.
Concerning Ukraine, Hambardzumyan said that after the crash of Malaysia Airlines' Boeing 777 in Donetsk region, some companies, including Air Armenia, have stopped flying to Ukraine.
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.