At the airport, guests are met with a representative of our company.

The primary air gate to Armenia, Zvartnots International Airport has been in operation since 1961. It is only 12 km from the center of Yerevan. To meet international standards, during the recent years the airport has undergone extensive reconstruction with a new passenger terminal renovated, security controls doubled, runway fully repaired, WiFi connection made available at waiting areas and passenger service areas, restaurants and duty-free shops enhanced, new information and check-in systems installed and a new parking area for 800 cars built. The airport has a transit zone, VIP and Business lounges and can handle any type of modern commercial aircraft. Today Zvartnots is the only airport in the Caucasus that corresponds to the rating ‘B’. The airport has the capacity to serve 3.5 million passengers annually.



The EU member-states citizens and the Schengen Acquis states citizens are not required to have visa for travel and stay in the Republic of Armenia beginning from January 10, 2013. The citizens of the above mentioned countries * shall be entitled to stay in Armenia without a visa within a period of up to 180 days per year.

The citizens of other countries will be required entrance visa and/or invitations. You can find more detailed information, and the information on e-visas by visiting the web page of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the RA:

1. Republic of Austria

2. Kingdom of Belgium

3. Republic of Bulgaria

4. Federal Republic of Germany

5. Kingdom of Denmark

6. Republic of Estonia

7. Republic of Ireland

8. Iceland

9. Kingdom of Spain

10. Republic of Italy

11. Republic of Latvia

12. Republic of Poland

13. The Principality of Liechtenstein

14. Republic of Lithuania

15. Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

16. Republic of Cyprus

17. Republic of Greece

18. Hungary

19. Republic of Malta

20. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

21. The Netherlands

22. Kingdom of Norway

23. Kingdom of Sweden

24. Swiss Confederation

25. Czech Republic

26. Republic of Portugal

27. Republic of Romania

28. Slovak Republic

29. Republic of Slovenia

30. Republic of Finland

31. Republic of France

32. Republic of Croatia

Visa – Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia

Customs Regulations

Personal belongings can be taken in and out of the country without any customs declaration. You can freely import:
• 400 cigarettes
• 2 liters or 1 bottle of alcohol
• 5 kg perfume or an amount valued up to USD 500
• Personal goods valued up to USD 500 (for residents and non-residents).

Prohibited for import and export are the following items:
• Illegal drugs
• Weapons, explosives and ammunition
• Knives and deadly weapons
• Plants and plant products
• Fruit and vegetables without previous permission
• Meat and meat products
• Counterfeit money and goods
• Pornographic materials.

There are also certain restrictions, including:
• Wild plant and vegetation will require special permission from the Ministry of Environment before being granted permission to enter the country.
• Any pets or wild animals being imported into the country will need permission from the Ministry of the Environment and will need to be accompanied by a veterinarian health certificate clearing the animals of Rabies and any other diseases.
• Pieces of art leaving the country need to be accompanied by a document from the ministry of culture authorizing export. Passenger must hold a photo of each piece of art and pay a tax.