Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Yerevan Airport Car Rental

Just 12 km away from the Yerevan city is the Zvartnots international airport. Yerevan is the capital city and thus Zvartnots international airport is the busiest airport of Armenia. This airport was constructed in 1961 and was renovated in the year 1980 with a new terminal to accommodate domestic traffic.

As soon as Armenia became independent from the Soviet Union in the year of 1990, the airport was required to serve huge shipments and cargo. To cater this, Zvartnots international airport constructed a new terminal for cargo to handle over 100,000 tons of cargo every year. Ever since then, this airport has had many additions and renovations to meet out the traffic demands along with the most recent newly constructed international terminal that has been opened in September 2011. The competence of the Zvartnots airport can be identified with the fact that it handled over 1,612,016 passengers travelling in 9,783 flights to and from Zvartnots airport in the year 2010. The current runways are strong enough to manage big aircrafts such as Airbus 380, Antonov-124 and Boeing 400-727.

Major airlines using Zvartnots international airport are
  • Air France
  • Aeroflot
  • Arkia Israel airlines
  • Aerosvit airlines
  • Alitalia
  • Czech airlines
  • Iran Aseman airlines
The airport presently connects all the major Armenian cities like St. Petersburg, Vienna, Dubai, Prague and much more. Moreover, the Zvartnots international airport also serves as a transit stoppage. The round the clock functioning, makes it a much sought after airport. The airport offers hassle free services of duty free shopping, quick banking, and huge parking. Cars on rent at Yerevan Airport Car Rental and other local transports are easily available to enhance the overall experience of the passengers. The exquisite bars and restaurants would give you a luxurious time while you wait for the flights.

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