Ryanair’s Low Fares Come To Armenia

16 Oct 2019

4 New Routes, 130,000 Customers P.A. At Yerevan & Gyumri 

Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (16 October) announced its first ever flights from Armenia, the 40th country in the Ryanair network, with two new routes from Yerevan to Milan Bergamo and Rome Ciampino starting in January 2020, and two new routes from Yerevan to Berlin Schönefeld and Gyumri to Memmingen starting in Summer 2020. Ryanair’s 2020 schedule will deliver 130,000 customers annually to/from Ryanair’s Armenian airports.


Ryanair’s Armenia 2020 schedule will deliver:

  • 2 new Winter routes from Yerevan to Milan Bergamo (2 pw) & Rome Ciampino (2 pw) starting in Jan 2020
  • 1 new Summer route from Yerevan to Berlin Schönefeld (2 pw)
  • 1 new Summer route from Gyumri to Memmingen (2 pw)
  • 130,000 customers p.a.
  • 100* “on-site” jobs p.a.


Armenian consumers and visitors can now book their holidays as far out as October 2020, flying on the lowest fares and with the greenest/cleanest major airline in Europe, with the lowest CO2 emissions.

To celebrate the launch of its first Armenian airports, Ryanair has launched a seat sale with fares from just €29.99, for travel until May 2020, which must be booked by midnight Friday (18 Oct) only on the Ryanair.com website.


Ryanair’s David O’Brien said:

“We’re pleased to announce Ryanair’s low fares have arrived at Yerevan and Gyumri, our newest airports and 1st airports in Armenia. These four new routes will further promote Armenian tourism, and will deliver over 130,000 customers annually to/from two European countries to one of Europe’s fastest-growing tourism destinations. We look forward to developing new Armenian traffic growth, new routes, and jobs in the coming years.

To celebrate, we are releasing seats for sale on our network from just €29.99 for travel until May 2020 which are available for booking until midnight Friday (18 Oct). Since these amazing low fares will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”