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Zvartnots International Airport
Զվարթնոց Միջազգային Օդակայան
Zvartnots International Airport
IATA: EVN – ICAO: UDYZ
Summary
Airport type Public
Owner General Department of Civil Aviation of Armenia
Operator Armenia International Airports CJSC
Serves Yerevan
Location Zvartnots
Hub for Armavia
Elevation AMSL 2,838 ft / 865 m
Coordinates 40°08′50″N 044°23′45″E / 40.14722°N 44.39583°E / 40.14722; 44.39583 (Zvartnots International Airport)Coordinates: 40°08′50″N 044°23′45″E / 40.14722°N 44.39583°E / 40.14722; 44.39583 (Zvartnots International Airport)
Website Zvartnots Airport Website
Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
09/27 3,850 12,631 Asphalt/Concrete
Soure: Armenian AIP at EUROCONTROL

Zvartnots International Airport (Armenian: Զվարթնոց Միջազգային Օդանավակայան Zvart'nots' Mijazgayin Odanavakayan) (IATA: EVN, ICAO: UDYZ) is located near Zvartnots, 10 km (6.2 mi) west of Yerevan, the capital city of Armenia. The airport was built in 1961. It is now the busiest airport in Armenia and the Caucasus. The draftsmen of the airport included architects M. Khachikyan, A. Tarkhanyan, J. Sheqhlyan, L. Cherkezyan and designers H. Tigranyan, A. Meschyan, and constructor M. Baghdasaryan. The airport was renovated in the 1980s with the development of a new terminal area, in order to meet domestic traffic demands within the Soviet Union.

When Armenia declared its independence from the Soviet Union in the 1990s, the considerable growth of cargo shipments resulted in the construction of a new cargo terminal in 1998, with modern technical equipment that can handle about 100,000 tons of cargo annually.

In 2001, a 30-year concession agreement for the management of operations at the airport was signed with Armenia International Airports CJSC, owned by Argentine American company Corporation America, which is in turn owned by Armenian Argentine businessman Eduardo Eurnekian. As part of that agreement, Armenia International Airports CJSC committed itself to renovate and expand the airport in order for it to become a vital link for tourism and commerce between Asia and Europe, as well as to modernize its facilities and services.

As part of those commitments, renovation and expansion work began in 2004, culminating in the opening of a new international terminal on June 1, 2007, after 40 months of work. Yet another terminal is going to be built, housing passenger check-in counters and customs control. It is planned to open in November 2011.

In 2006, Zvartnots airport handled a total of 1,125,698 passengers, representing an increase of 1.3% over the previous year.

In 2007, that number grew to 1,387,002 passengers, a 23.2% increase over the previous year. In 2008 the total number of passengers grew to 1.48 million.

Currently, the airport's manager is Juan Pablo Guechigian.

Recent and ongoing expansion

In 2004, the construction of a new international terminal began, at a cost of USD$100 million. It covers an area of 19,200 m (207,000 sq ft) and can handle 2 million passengers a year. The building of this terminal is part of the 30-year concession agreement signed by the Armenian Government and Armenia International Airports.

On September 14, 2006 the newly built arrivals hall was opened. The new international terminal with its departures section was opened on June 1, 2007.

An additional investment of USD$100 million will be carried out until 2010. Improvements at Zvartnots will involve a total investment of €164 million for the next 30 years. Armenia International Airports CJSC has already allocated over €70 million to the first phase, which included a 19,200 m (207,000 sq ft) extension of the premises and a refurbishment of around 45,000 m (480,000 sq ft).

Now that the first phase is complete, the airport boasts a 54,000 m (580,000 sq ft) runway and 45,000 m (480,000 sq ft) of building, of which the new terminal occupies 25,000 m (270,000 sq ft) area. In order to adapt to the forthcoming increase in visitors, new parking has been created, with capacity for 1,000 vehicles. Many international airlines now operate from Zvartnots, connecting Yerevan to the world's most important cities, including Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Berlin, Dubai, İstanbul, London, Moscow, Paris, Rome, Tehran, Vienna, Warsaw & Zurich. Altogether around 60 routes will be scheduled to fly from Zvartnots.


The second new terminal under construction
The second new terminal under construction

In addition, the company has focused on improving visitor's comfort within the terminal. The arrival hall capacity has been doubled to reach a volume of over 1,000 passengers per hour, and passenger management will be streamlined thanks to a substantial expansion of the customs. Finally, the airport's waiting areas and passenger service areas have been extensively renovated, with availability of Wi-Fi, together with the enhancement of the duty-free shops and restaurants. Navigation systems installed at the airport provide the meteorological minimas of 30x350m for landing, which corresponds to the ICAO 2nd class.


The second new terminal under construction
The second new terminal under construction

In the spring of 2008, the construction of a new passenger terminal began, in order to supplement the existing concourse. The completion of the project is expected in 2011. The new passenger terminal, occupying 52,000 m (560,000 sq ft), will double the number of passenger check-in counters and security control points. A new underground parking lot will be built, with a parking area for more than 800 cars. When this terminal is accomplished, “Zvartnots” International Airport will become a leader among airports in the South Caucasus. It will be able to serve 3.2 million passengers annually. The entire project will cost $173 million, part of which is on loan from the Asian Development Bank (ADB).

Security

In order to comply with the international air regulations, Armenia International Airports has made a great effort to improve security at Zvartnots. Amongst other measures, 150 surveillance cameras have been installed at the airport, both inside the buildings and in open spaces.

The modernization effort has been significant, including the implementation of an innovative flight information display system (FIDS) as well as a new automated and biometric-identification system for baggage check-in and passenger control. All buildings are now also equipped with free Wi-Fi Internet connection.

Airlines and destinations


New terminal with an Alania Airlines Yak-42 parked at gate
New terminal with an Alania Airlines Yak-42 parked at gate

Old terminal and control tower as seen from tarmac
Old terminal and control tower as seen from tarmac

New terminal
New terminal

Note: denotes charter airlines and their destinations

Airlines Destinations
Aeroflot Moscow-Sheremetyevo
Air Armenia Astrakhan, Saratov, Tbilisi, Zaporizhia
airBaltic Riga
Air France Paris-Charles de Gaulle
Air Italy Verona
Air Volga Volgograd
Armavia Aleppo, Amsterdam, Arkhangelsk, Astrakhan, Athens, Barcelona, Beirut, Berlin-Tegel, Birmingham, Delhi, Dubai, Istanbul-Atatürk, Kharkiv, Kiev-Boryspil, Krasnodar, Larnaca, Mineralnye Vody, Moscow-Domodedovo, Moscow-Sheremetyevo, Moscow-Vnukovo, Munich [begins 2 November], Nizhniy Novgorod, Novosibirsk, Odessa, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Riga, Rome-Fiumicino, Rostov-on-Don, Saint Petersburg, Samara, Simferopol, Sochi, Stavropol, Tbilisi, Tehran-Imam Khomeini, Tel Aviv, Ufa, Vladikavkaz, Voronezh, Yekaterinburg, Zürich
Seasonal: Antalya, Batumi, Marseille, Rimini, Thessaloniki
Atlasjet Antalya, Istanbul-Atatürk
Armenian Airlines Vienna
Belavia Minsk
bmi London-Heathrow
Caspian Airlines Tehran-Imam Khomeini
Czech Airlines Prague
Donavia Rostov-on-Don, Sochi
Donbassaero Donetsk, Kiev-Boryspil
Dniproavia Dnepropetrovsk
Kavminvodyavia Mineralnye Vody
Kuban Airlines Krasnodar
LOT Polish Airlines Warsaw
Polet Airlines Voronezh
Rossiya Saint Petersburg
S7 Airlines Chelyabinsk, Moscow-Domodedovo, Novosibirsk
Saravia Saratov
SCAT Aktau
Syrian Air Aleppo
Tatarstan Airlines Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, Perm
Ural Airlines Samara, Yekaterinburg
UTair Aviation Sochi, Surgut
Yamal Airlines Tyumen

Cargo airlines

Airlines Destinations
Air Armenia Frankfurt-Hahn
Air Cargo Germany Frankfurt-Hahn
Coyne Airways Tbilisi

Statistics

Access to airport

Bus #201 connects the airport with the crossroads of Sayat-Nova and Mashtots streets in Yerevan. Bus #108 also connects the city center with the airport.

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General Info
Country Armenia
ICAO ID UDYZ
Time UTC+4(+5DT)
Latitude 40.147275
40° 08' 50.19" N
Longitude 44.395881
044° 23' 45.17" E
Elevation 2838 feet
865 meters
Type Civil
Magnetic Variation 005° E (05/06)
Operating Agency CIVIL GOVERNMENT, (LANDING FEES AND DIPLOMATIC CLEARANCE MAY BE REQUIRED)
Near City Yerevan
Operating Hours 24 HOUR OPERATIONS
International Clearance Status Airport of Entry


Communications
YEREVAN TWR 128.0
124.0
YEREVAN GND 119.0
ATIS 119.5
YEREVAN APP 126.0
124.0


Runways
ID Dimensions Surface PCN ILS
09/27 12629 x 184 feet
3849 x 56 meters
ASPHALT 070FCXT YES


Navaids
Type ID Name Channel Freq Distance From Field Bearing From Navaid
VOR-DME ZVR YEREVAN 070X 112.3 1.3 NM 084.8
NDB ZR YEREVAN - 395 3.1 NM 084.6


Supplies/Equipment
Fuel Jet A1, without icing nhibitor.
Oil O-133, 1010, jet Engine Oil (MIL l 6081)
Other Fluids OX, Indicates oxygen servicing when type of servicing is unknown


Remarks
FUEL (NC-A1)
MISC Section of the main twy btn Twy 2 and Link A is not avail to acft types IL-76 and 86.
OIL O-MK8



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