"Flyone Armenia" receives flight permit in the direction of Yerevan-Istanbul

"Flyone Armenia" receives flight permit
Flyone Armenia receives flight permit in the direction of Yerevan-Istanbul

The Civil Aviation Service of Armenia has authorized the airline "Flyone Armenia" to carry out charter flights in the direction of Yerevan-Istanbul. The information is spread by the Armenian media.

The airline said it had applied to the Armenian and Turkish governments for a charter flight permit a few days ago and is now awaiting permission from the Turkish government.

Meanwhile, on December 16, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said that the Turkish authorities were considering a statement by Turkish and Armenian airlines on the Istanbul-Yerevan-Istanbul flight. Earlier, Ankara and Yerevan announced the appointment of special envoys to normalize bilateral relations.

At the same time, it is reported that Armenia has lifted the ban on the import of Turkish goods. The ban on the import of Turkish goods to Armenia began in late December 2020, when it was announced that Turkey was involved in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.

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