Trips among Turkiye and Armenia are set to continue with the main departure from Yerevan to Istanbul.
A FlyOne Armenia plane will land at Istanbul Airport at 1650 GMT on Wednesday, while a Pegasus plane will take off from Sabiha Gokcen Airport at 2035 GMT for Armenia.
Pegasus Airlines will run trips between Istanbul and Yerevan every week, as indicated by Turkiye’s Transport and Infrastructure Ministry.
On the Armenian side, FlyOne Armenia will likewise run three flights each week on a similar course.
The Pegasus departures from Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Yerevan will occur on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and from Yerevan to Istanbul on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
In the meantime, FlyOne will work trips on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
In 2019, 61,431 travelers were moved between the two nations. The flight time requires two hours.
Occupants of Yerevan addressed Anadolu Agency about the flights which were worked by AtlasJet until 2020 yet were halted due to the organization’s liquidation.
Gagik Dorunts, underlining the requirement for harmony in the locale, said the flights will add to the reinforcing of financial and political relations.
“It is great that there are trips among Turkiye and Armenia. With regards to exchange, it is possible to bring extremely great products from Turkiye. We need to see Armenian items in the shops in Turkiye,” said Donuts.
Arpi Maisuryan called attention to the fact that flights are critical for the improvement of the travel industry and exchange.
“There are numerous Armenians living in Istanbul. This is really great for them, as well, and I don’t see it adversely that the travel industry creates something,” said Maisuryan.