Air France and Armavia sign cooperation agreement
10 September 2009
Pierre-Henri Gourgeon, CEO of Air France, and Mikhail Bagdasarov, Chairman of Armavia Air Company, have signed a commercial cooperation agreement between the two airlines at Paris-Charles de Gaulle.
Starting on 7 September, Air France and Armavia will commercialize four weekly code-share flights between Paris and Yerevan (Armenia) and five between Yerevan and Paris.
At Paris-Charles de Gaulle, the flights operated by Armavia will arrive at terminal 2C, offering customers new connecting opportunities with Air France’s global network.
“This agreement marks the beginning of a promising partnership between our two airlines, with France and Armenia already linked in so many ways. Together, we will be accompanying the development of economic relations and tourism between our two countries”, declared Pierre-Henri Gourgeon.
"We are very pleased with this partnership with Air France, the European air transport leader. Armavia is thus fulfilling one of its main aims: to contribute to the prosperity of Armenia by opening it up to the rest of the world", added Mikhail Bagdasarov.
Paris-Charles de Gaulle / Yerevan
AF 2998 (operated by Air France): Departs CDG 1:20 pm (Terminal 2E), arrives EVN 8:55 pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
AF 2736 (operated by Armavia): Departs CDG 1:15 pm (Terminal 2C), arrives EVN 9 pm on Fridays.
Yerevan / Paris-Charles de Gaulle
AF 2737 (operated by Armavia): Departs EVN 8:45 am, arrives CDG 10:50 am (Terminal 2C) on Mondays and Fridays.
AF 2999 (operated by Air France): Departs EVN 10 am, arrives CDG 12:10 pm (Terminal 2E), on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.