Turkey-based Van Airlines plans to operate flights to Armenia

Turkey-based Van Airlines plans to operate flights to Armenia

PanARMENIAN.Net - A group of Istanbul and Van-based entrepreneurs and initiators announced the launch of a Van Airlines air transportation service to raise awareness of Van’s economic and touristic potential.

Van Airlines, with capital of $3 million, will hold an open sale of stocks priced at a minimum of 10,000 Turkish liras.

The organization founders are Van’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Van’s stock exchange, Van’s Union of Trade Chambers, Van Foundation.

As Panorma.am reported citing Haber Van, the first flight will be launched on April 2, 2015, with Van-Ankara-Van, Van-Istanbul-Van flights to operate daily.

Flights to Armenia, Iran, Iraq and Georgia are planned in future.

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