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Cheap flights from Armenia

Republic of Armenia, or simply Armenia, is a country within Eurasia. With Georgia, Iran and Nakhchivan, Nagorno-Karabakh Republic and Azerbaijan, and Turkey that border it to the north, south, east, and west, respectively, the country occupies an area of around 29,700 square kilometres or 11,500 square miles, and is home to around three million Armenians as of 2011.

Where to go

Within the country of Armenia, some of its highlights include old churches and religious buildings built around 1700 years ago. Focusing on Temple of Garni, the former temple-turned-museum is known as the structure and symbol of pre-Christian Armenia. The temple collapsed in 1679 due to an earthquake but was then reconstructed and now stands as a museum that is part of a larger protected area within the country. Showing typical classic Ancient Greek Architecture, the temple has been described as Greek, Roman, or Greco-Roman, and has also been linked to Hellenistic art. Another destination within Armenia is the Etchmiadzin Monastery or Etchmiadzin Cathedral, is the mother church of the Armenian Apostolic Church. Designated as a cultural UNESCO World Heritage Site for the Western Asia region, the cathedral was the first to have been built in ancient Armenia, and is known as the oldest of all the cathedrals in the world.

Zvartnots International Airport within Armenia only operates short-haul flights. Among the cities and countries that can be reached with flights provided by the airport include Athens, Greece; Dubai, United Arab Emirates; and Warsaw, Poland, within two to three hours. Athens, in the country of Greece is considered as one of the world’s oldest cities, with its recorded history at around 3,400 years. As Greece’s capital and largest city, it is home to the country’s most well-known tourist attractions such as Parthenon, Acropolis of Athens, Acropolis Museum, Ancient Agora of Athens, Panathenaic Stadium, and Monastiraki, to name a few. A noteworthy destination within Athens is the Panathenaic Stadium also referred to as the Kallimármaro. The multi-purpose stadium has been used as the site for numerous events and athletics within the city. Having been built in 566 BC, and renovated as of late 1860s, the stadium is the oldest and only stadium built entirely out of marble, in the world.

Zvartnots International Airport does not operate to long-haul destinations. Options for flying to international long-haul destinations would require getting to some of the airports close by, including Sheremetyevo International Airport. The airport that serves Moscow, Russia, has flights to Hong Kong; Seoul, South Korea; and Beijing, China, among others. These destinations can be reached from seven to eight hours depending on the destination and airline of choice. When within Moscow, the capital city and most populous federal subject of Russia, the city covers an area of approximately 2,500 square kilometres or 970 square miles. The city experiences temperatures of around an annual average high of 9.6 degrees Celsius or 49.3 degrees Fahrenheit, average low of 2.1 degrees Celsius or 35.8 degrees Fahrenheit, with a daily mean of 5.8 degrees Celsius or 42.4 degrees Fahrenheit. With a population of close to 12.2 million people as of 2015, Moscow’s population can be divided into ethnicities such as Russian, Ukrainian, Tatar, Armenian, Belarusian, Georgian, Uzbek, Tajik, and more. Attractions of the city include Moscow Kremlin, Red Square, Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Bolshoi Theatre, Tretyakov Gallery, and Kolomenskoye, among others. Visit Moscow’s Red Square, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that was inscribed in 1991. Working as a separator between the Kremlin, the former royal citadel, and currently the official residence of the President of Russia, and Kitai-gorod, Red Square is often considered as the city’s central square, due to the fact that most, if not all, of Moscow’s main roads originate from the square.

How to get out

Fly out of Armenia via Zvartnots International Airport. One of the airports that serve Armenia Zvartnots International Airport has scheduled and seasonal flights to domestic and international destinations such as Athens, Moscow, Krasnodar, Sharjah, Frankfurt, Moscow, Paris, Saint Petersburg, Paris, Vienna, Minsk, Abu Dhabi, Warsaw, Abu Dhabi, Tehran, Beirut, Volgograd, Novosibirsk, and Saratov, among others. When flying to these destinations the airlines that operate flights include Aegean Airlines, Aeroflot, Aeroflot operated by Donavia, Air Arabia, Air Armenia, Air France, Arkia Israel Airlines, Austrian Airlines, Belavia, Dniproavia, Etihad Airways, flydubai, Grozny Avia, Iran Aseman Airlines, Iraqi Airways, Izhavia, LOT Polish Airlines, Mahan Air, Middle East Airlines, NordStar, RusLine, S7 Airlines, Saratov Airlines, SCAT, Transaero Airlines, Ukraine International Airlines, Ural Airlines, UTair Aviation, VIM Airlines, Vueling, and Yamal Airlines. The international airport is hub for Air Armenia, with close to 2.1 million passengers as of 2014.

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