Food on Board

We are pleased to offer our passengers the best service on all « Aircompany Armenia» flights.

Depending on the route and duration of the flight You will be served hot meal.

We value the comfort of our passengers, that’s why we make sure all dishes are prepared shortly before departure from selected local ingredients.

We honor the traditions of Caucasian hospitality, so we offer our passengers enjoy a range of beverages.

Our guests both in business and economy class will be offered a selection of wines from leading winery of Armenia: «Armenia Wine». Passengers, who prefer beer, will not remain indifferent to the production of  "Kilikia" beer factory, which is a benchmark of quality since 1952.

Note: Hot meals are not served in the economy class on flights with a duration of 1 hour  (for example: Yerevan-Mineralnye Vody-Yerevan).



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News

18.08.2019 - Air-Company “Armenia” Talks about Interesting Things: From a Large Aviation Exhibition to a Fairy Tale in a Small Village

To the already established tradition of holding the annual air show at the Voronezh airport, a new one was added - the active participation of air-company “Armenia”  in it. For residents of Voronezh and partner air-companies, this is a real feast in which both tourists and local residents take part enthusiastically.

14.05.2018 - “Armenia” air-company has a new pilot-in-command: the pilot has left UAE and came back to his homeland

The pilot with 33-years’ experience has left UAE and returned to his homeland after receiving an offer from the air company “Armenia”.  

20.12.2019 - 35 years in flight! The pilot’s path from fighting for Artsakh liberation to Afghanistan and Iraq. Armenian pilot dedicated his life to aviation.

Laconic and kind, trustworthy pilot Eduard Karapetyan has been “in-flight” for 35 years and is going to serve the Armenian aviation for another 10 years.

20.05.2020 - Cancellations due to COVID-19

Due to the obstacles caused by the Coronavirus (COVID-19), Air company "Armenia" has cancelled all regular flights