Topic: aviation

YEREVAN (RFE/RL) — An Armenian airline announced on May 30, that Turkish authorities have allowed it to resume regular flights to Europe through Turkey’s airspace. The private carrier, FlyOne Armenia, cancelled the flights to Paris and[...]

YEREVAN – A Greek Aegean Airlines airplane flew from Larnaca, Cyprus to Baku via Armenian airspace on November 24. According to the data provided by, the plane crossed the Armenian-Turkish border near the village of[...]

ATLANTA, Ga. – It was not Winston Churchill who won World War II, but it was indeed he who did not lose it, wrote prominent World War II historian John Lukacs. In order not to lose the battle in the air, especially when England was[...]

YEREVAN – Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan of Armenia reported on his Facebook site on April 11, 2020 that Armenia for the first time has developed supersonic speed over the skies of Armenia. See the video clip that follows.[...]

STEPANAKERT (Artsakh TV/Mirror) – For the second year in a row, Artsakh’s government organized an air festival to promote tourism and aviation in Artsakh. On June 17, despite rainy weather, many tourists from abroad as well as[...]