The chief manager of the national carrier Armenian Airlines (AA) Arsen Avetisian was recently in Amsterdam to sign an agreement with one of the leading Dutch air companies KLM on registration and providing services to Armenian Airlines’ transit passengers.
The press office of the Armenian Airlines said a passenger, bound from Yerevan to any corner of the world via Amsterdam, may continue his or her way by registering only once in the Armenian capital.
Another agreement between Armenian Airlines and Dutch KLM and North West companies on special tariffs for AA was prolonged. The parties also agreed that Armenian Airlines will pay its outstanding debts to Amsterdam airport through its Amsterdam-based agent.
Arsen Avetisian was also said to have met with representatives of several Dutch travel agencies to make arrangements for fostering arrival of tourists from Benelux countries to Armenia next summer. Armenian Airlines is set to start operating regular Yerevan-Amsterdam flights beginning from December 1 by A-320 airbus.