BusyFly e-scooter-sharing service arrives in Armenia

BusyFly e-scooter-sharing service arrives in Armenia

PanARMENIAN.Net - BusyFly, an electric scooter-sharing service, has entered the Armenian market, starting to work in Yerevan. The company has invested some $100,000 to launch the service, and is planning to take it to other towns as well, Rusbase reports a representative as saying.

At the initial stage, residents and guests of the Armenian capital will have access to 100 Ninebot Kickscooter MAX scooters for use. The company intends to increase its fleet to 500 units in the near future.

At least 5 tariff options will be available to users, the price will depend on the driving speed and travel time. The minimum rental cost will start from AMD 30/min, the activation of the scooter will cost AMD 100. The maximum permissible travel speed is 25 km/h.

Established in 2018, BusyFly currently operates in 10 countries (Russia, Armenia, Georgia, Italy, Cyprus, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Spain, Ukraine, Kazakhstan) and 69 cities around the world. The total fleet of scooters is 12,500 units.

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