Paper: Armavia’s Czech pilots refuse to operate flights to Syria

Paper: Armavia’s Czech pilots refuse to operate flights to Syria

PanARMENIAN.Net - According to Hayots Ashkhar paper, Czech pilots employed by Armavia air company on contract basis refuse to operate flights to Syria, given Czech foreign ministry’s instruction to refrain from visiting conflict zones.

Zvartnots, displeased with the situation, is currently taking austerity measures, including flight delays, in response to Armavia’s debt repayment delays.

Armavia demanded Zvartnots reduce service prices, which have turned out to be the highest both in the CIS and the Middle East, the paper says.

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