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Nordwind Expands Its Network to Erevan

Nordwind Airlines expands its flight network adding direct charter flights from several Russian cities to the Armenian capital:

Mineralnye Vody – Erevan, starts from February 8, on Saturdays. Flight time is 1 hour 5 min.;
Samara – Erevan, starts from February 6, up to two times per week. Flight time is 2h. 35 min.;
Nizhniy Novgorod – Erevan, starts from February 12, on Fridays. Flight time is 2 h. 55 min.;
Kazan – Erevan, starts from February 15, on Mondays. Flight time is 2 h. 50 min.;
Ekaterinburg – Erevan, starts from February 13, on Saturdays. Flight time is 3 h. 40 min.

In addition, from February the airline increases the number of flights on the following routes to the Republic of Armenia:

Moscow – Erevan, up to four flights per week. Flight time is 3 hours;
Saint Petersburgh – Erevan, flights to and from Erevan are be performed on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Flight time is 3 h. 30 min.;
Rostov-on-Don – Erevan, flights are be performed on Tuesdays and Flidays. Flight time is 1 h. 35 min.

When planning your trip, you should carefully read the information about the current visa rules and restrictions related to entering the country of destination.

Foreign citizens are allowed to enter the country in accordance with the Intergovernmental Treaties. The procedure for issuance of visas for foreign citizens upon arrival is temporarily suspended. Armenia provides non-visa entry for Russian citizens.

Upon arrival to Armenia, passengers must have a medical certificate confirming negative RT-PCR test for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to arrival. The medical certificate is to be either in Armenian, Russian or English. The validity term of a PCR certificate starts from the sampling date. If a passenger has no certificate, he/she shall undergo the testing at the arrival airport, at his/her own cost. Until receipt of the results, such passenger must stay isolated.

Iuliia Tore