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Bratislava connects with Yerevan

ARMENIAN airline Armavia begins operating new weekly flights between Bratislava and the Armenian capital of Yerevan on January 24. The flights will operate on Mondays.

ARMENIAN airline Armavia begins operating new weekly flights between Bratislava and the Armenian capital of Yerevan on January 24. The flights will operate on Mondays.

The company will fly Airbus A319s with 134 seats. The current price for a one-way ticket ranges from €137 to €563, depending on seat category.


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