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Yerevan-Brussels-Yerevan regular flights launching April 1

Yerevan-Brussels-Yerevan regular flights launching April 1

PanARMENIAN.Net - Brussels Airlines will launch regular Yerevan-Brussels-Yerevan flights, the press service of Armenia's General Department of Civil Aviation said Thursday, March 9.

The carrier will implement weekly flights from Zvartnots international airport from April 1 to June 24 and from September 9 to October 28, 2017, and twice a week between July 1 and September 2.

Also, some other companies - Air France, Fly Dubai, Air Arabia and LOT Polish Airlines - will fly more frequently during the summer season.

As reported earlier, a number of other carriers, including Pobeda Airlines, Qatar Airways, Iran Air and Aegean Airlines, are also increasing the frequency of flights parallel to the growth of passenger traffic.

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