British Airways finalizes decision on Armenia-bound flights’ low profitability

British Airways finalizes decision on Armenia-bound  flights’ low profitability

PanARMENIAN.Net - British Airways finalized decision on extremely low profitability of Armenia-bound flights.

Instead, the airline will operate flights to Azerbaijan’s and Georgia’s capital cities Baku and Tbilisi respectively.

The company terminates activity in several countries, including Armenia.

As sources told PanARMENIAN.Net low-profitability was mentioned as the key reason behind the decision.

British Airways operated no flights to Yerevan in the past few years, with BMI launching flights to Armenian capital instead.

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