Yerevan Zvartnots International Airport
Armenia, 0042, Yerevan
“Zvartnots” Airport (Malatia-Sebastia adm. district)
Phone: (+374 10) 493000
- IATA: EVN
- ICAO: UDYZ
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Zvartnots International Airport is the international airport of the Armenian capital Yerevan. It is located about 12 kilometers (8 miles) west of the capital, near the town of Zvartnots. It’s easy reachable by bus or taxi. Often people rent a car to explore the country. The runway length is 3850 meters with 1 passenger terminal available. This is the country’s main airport for welcoming international passengers. Due to the large runway, it is also an important point in the country to get cargo into the country. Many large aircraft (Airbus A380, Boeing 747 nd Antonov AN-225) with freight transport enter the country here from countries such as Germany, Belgium, China and Russia. The history with the first Yerevan departures goes back to 1961. The demand for flights increased over the years, which prompted the construction of a new terminal area. The terminal has technological equipment such as the FIDS for which both passengers and baggage control can be used. Most busy flight routes from Zvartnots Airport:
- SVO – Moscow
- KRR – Krasnodar
- DXB – Dubai
- KBP – Kyiv
- DOH – Doha
- LED – St. Petersburg
- AER – Sochi
- SHJ – Sharjah
- ROV – Rostov-on-Don
- MRV – Mineralnye Vody
Zvartnots airport passenger statistics
In 2012, it processed 1,691,815 passengers. The airport was opened in 1961 and rebuilt in 1980. In 2004, the construction of a new terminal was started, which became operational in 2006. The busiest airport of Armenia is heading to transfer 3 million passengers in 2019. That’s in line of the 10% average growth for the last couple years. Due to corona, there has been a significant decrease in 2020. From 1.4 million departing passengers to less than 400 thousand Yerevan departures in 2020.
There are significantly fewer departing airplanes as well as fewer passengers departing from Zvartnots International Airport since the pandemic. With the rapid growth of recent years, the corona virus will stagnate the flights and passenger numbers in 2020. It’s about 70% less in 2020 compared to the 3 million in 2019. There are still regular flights to Russia such as Moscow, Krasnodar and Sochi. There are also Zvartnots departures to the country Georgia (Tbilisi).
Flight routes Zvartnots Airport
The airline Air Armenia have most Zvartnots departures. Some available flights: Aircompany Armenia to Moscow, Tel Aviv-Yafo and Tbilisi, Air Arabia to Sharjah, Nordwind Airlines to Saint Petersburg, Ural Airlines to Zhukovsky. There are also many seasonal Zvartnots Airport departures and low-cost airline Wizz Air also plans to fly to Armenia in 2021. Most flights stay in the region and many also to Russia. Some go west in Europe such as Air France to Paris, Austrian Airlines to Vienna, Brussels Airlines to Brussels.