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Name: ARMENIAN INTERNATIONAL AIRWAYS
7JetSet7 Code: ARQ
Status: Currently Not Operational
Region: CIS
City: YEREVAN
Country: ARMENIA
Employees 1218
Web: armenian airways.com
Email: aa@armenianairways .com
Telephone: +374 1 28 77 32
Fax: +374 1 28 76 37
Sita: EVNSDR3
Background
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ARQ-A

FORMED IN 2002. REGIONAL & INTERNATIONAL, SCHEDULED, PASSENGER & CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.

ADDRESS:
YEREVAN-42, ZVARTNOTS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
TUMANYAN ST 21
YEREVAN, ARMENIA

The Republic of Armenia was established in 1990, covers an area of 29,800 sq km, its population is 3.8 million, its capital city is Yerevan, and its official language is Armenian.

OCTOBER 1995: "ARMENIAN AIRLINES" ROUTES TO AMSTERDAM, ASHKABAD, ATHENS, BEIRUT, PARIS, BURGAS, FUJAIRAH, MOSCOW, NOVOSIBIRSK, ROSTOV, SVERDLOVSK, & TEHERAN.

2,180 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 371 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 341 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).

1ST 9 MONTHS = +$0.966 MILLION (NET PROFIT).

APRIL 1996: TO ADD INTERNATIONAL SERVICES TO CAIRO, DELHI, FRANKFURT, LARNACA, TEL AVIV & WARSAW & TASHKENT IN 1996.

FLEET PLANS INCLUDE LEASE OF 2 757'S, WITH ALL 7 TU-134'S & 10 TU-154's TO BE RETIRED BY 2000.

JUNE 1996: SEEKING WESTERN PARTNER & STILL CONSIDERING 757S. NOW 2 IL-86'S, 10 TU-154'S & SEVERAL TU-134'S, 55 FLIGHTS/WEEK TO WESTERN EUROPE, THE (CIS) & MIDDLE EAST. WITH NEW AIRPLANES, CONSIDERING ROUTES TO NEW YORK AND BEIJING.

SEPTEMBER 1997: TO CHARTER A TRISTAR L-1011 VIA LUXAVIA FOR SERVICE TO LOS ANGELES (LAX). PLANS TO ACQUIRE WESTERN EQUIPMENT (EITHER 767, DC-10, OR A310).

TO LOS ANGELES (LAX), VIA KEFLAVIK.

DECEMBER 1997: LETTER OF INTENT (LOI) FOR 6 TU-204-120'S (RB211) (1998), FROM SIROCCO AEROSPACE, EGYPT.

JANUARY 1998: TO (AMSTERDAM) - LONDON GATWICK (IL-86).

MARCH 1998: TO LEASE, WITH OPTION TO PURCHASE, 1 A310 (JUNE 1998).
PLANS FOR FLEET OF 10 AIRBUS AIRPLANES BY 2005.

APRIL 1998: 1 A310-222 (JT9D-7R4) (276), EX-QATAR AIRWAYS (QTA), AIRBUS (AIFS) 5 YEAR LEASED.

2,180 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 371 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 341 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).

AUGUST 1998: ON-SITE MAINTENANCE ON A310 BY SABENA TECHNICS (SAB).

OCTOBER 1998: FUISCAL YEAR (FY) 1997 = -$15.24 MILLION (-$12.8M). 1ST 6 MONTHS = 337 MILLION (RPK) (TRAFFIC) (+4.1%), 48.2% LF (LOAD FACTOR) (-4.3), 35.1 MILLION (FTK) (FREIGHT TRAFFIC) (+3.55), 164,000 PASSENGERS (PAX) (+5.1%).

CANCELS 2 ORDERS TU-204-120'S.

APRIL 1999: 1,218 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 174 FLIGHT CREW (FC), 194 CABIN ATTENDANTS (CA), & 358 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).

SITA: EVNSDR3.

MARCH 2000: FORMS ALLIANCE WITH AEROFLOT (ARO) TO OFFER BETTER CONNECTIONS TO MOSCOW.

APRIL 2000: 1,218 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 174 FLIGHT CREW (FC), 194 CABIN ATTENDANTS (CA), & 358 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).

MAIN BASE: YEREVAN ZVARTNOTS AIRPORT.

NOVEMBER 2000: 1 YAK-40 (9711752, EK-88262), SOLD TO VIAEKPRESSKRUIZ.

APRIL 2001: MAIN BASE: YEREVAN (INTERNATIONAL).

OPERATES 55 WEEKLY FLIGHTS TO STATES IN FORMER SOVIET UNION (CIS), TO WESTERN EUROPE AND TO THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES (UAE).

MARCH 2002: A310-222 (276) RETURNED TO AIRBUS (AIFS).

APRIL 2002: SITA: EVNSDR3.

MAIN BASE: YEREVAN INTERNATIONAL (EVN).

OWNER: ARMENIAN CAD (100%).

NATIONAL FLAG CARRIER, WITH OPERATIONS OF 55 WEEKLY FLIGHTS TO STATES IN THE FORMER SOVIET UNION, WESTERN EUROPE AND THE (UAE).

MAY 2002: WILL BUY 50% OF SEATS ON VG AIRLINES (VGZ), ROUTE TO BRUSSELS, AND WILL CANCEL ITS OWN SERVICE TO AMSTERDAM AND FRANKFURT.

October 2002: Armenian International Airways (ARQ) was formed in July 2002 by Multi-Group, headed by Gaguig Dzaroukian, together with Armenian investors, Hrair Hagoplan, and Leon Baghdassarian, who is director of Sabertour, in France and President of the airline.

1 A320-212 (397, EK-32001), ex-Canada 3000 (ATW), 12C, 144Y, Ansett Worlwide (AWW) leased for 3 years, for services to Paris, Amsterdam, Frankurt, Athens, and Dubai. This A320 was painted and prepared for delivery by Mexican Airlines (CMA).

By June 2003, plans to add +5 airplanes.

December 2002: Effective January 2003, Armenian International Airways (ARQ) is banned from Russian airspace, until $3 Million for air navigation charges is paid.

February 2003: Yerevan - Aleppo - Beirut (Tu-134, weekly).

An-24T (9911102, EK-49275), wet-leased to Sudan Airways (SUD).

Yerevan - Vienna (A320, weekly).

April 2004: Armenian Airlines (ARQ) declared bankrupt.

May 2004: Armenian International Airways (ARQ) operates scheduled flights from Yerevan to western Europe. It operates many former Armenian Airlines routes.

(IATA) Code: MV - 904. (ICAO) Code: RML.

Parent organization/shareholders: Gagik Tsarukian, Hrayr Hakobian, & Levon Baghdasarian.

International, Scheduled Destinations: Dubai; & Paris.

November 2004: Will cease operations in January 2005 with Armavia (ARZ) taking over services from Yerevan to Athens, Beirut, Dubai, Kiev, Paris (CDG), & St Petersburg.

SEE (ARZ).

Fleet:
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ARQ-A320-212

January 2005:

0 A310-222 (JT9D-7R4E1) (276, /83 F-OGYW "ARARAT"), EX-(QTA), (AIFS) 5 YR LSD, RTND 2002-03. 30F, 164Y.

1 +1 ORDER A310-200 (JT9D-7R5), (SAB) MAINT, 194 PAX, 2 CLASS.

1 A320-212 (CFM56-5A3) (397, /92 EK-32001), EX-(ATW), (AWW) 3 YR LSD 2002-10. +5 ORDERS. 12C, 144Y.

1 AN-24RV (AI-24VT) (17307004, /71 EK-47812), 48Y.

1 AN-24T (AI-24) (9911102, EK-49275), WET-LST (SUD) 2003-02. 48Y.

1 AN-32B (AI-20D-5) (/95 EK-48026), FREIGHTER.

2 IL-86 (NK-86) (51483209085, /91 EK-86117; 51483209086, /91 EK-86118), 306Y.

2 TU-134A (D-30-III), 72Y.

5 TU-154B-2 (NK-8-2U) (279, /78 EK-85279; 403, /80 EK-85403; 442, /80 EK-85442; 536, /82 EK-85536; 566, /82 EK-85566), 12F, 126Y.

4 YAK-40 (AI-25) 1 ST AVIAEKPRESSKRUIZ 2000-11, (9230831, EK-87359, DVIN-AVIA LSD 2002-05). 34Y.

1 YAK-40K (AI-25) (9711752, /77 EK-88262), 36Y.

Management:
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LEVON BAGHDASARIAN, PRESIDENT.

VERSAND HAKOBYAN, MANAGING DIRECTOR.

HRAYR BABAYAN, COMMERCIAL DIRECTOR.

ARARAF SARGEYAN, FLIGHT OPERATIONS DIRECTOR.

KORHANNES SIMONYAN, MAINTENANCE DIRECTOR.

OVANES YERITSYAN, DIRECTOR CIVIL AVIATION DEPARTMENT
(T: 374-2) 228-2860).

 
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