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Published on 02.09.2021, Fly Arna:

Fly Arna is Armenia’s national airline

Published on 02.06.2021
Latest News: Direct flights reportedly resume between Aktau and Yerevan following COVID-19-related suspension; Kazakhstan authorities lift entry restrictions for Armenian citizens (Arka, 02.07.2021). Services suspended at Gyumri Shirak Airport from 15 July until 15 September (Aysor, 07.06.2021).
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Published on 19.10.2020
FlyArmenia files provisional network from Dec 2020 including Los Angeles

FlyArmenia has outlined initial operations in the OAG, suggesting the airline may commence operation as early as December 2020, with Boeing 737 aircraft. Provisional operation includes the following.

Yerevan – Damascus eff 07DEC20 2 weekly
Yerevan – Kaliningrad eff 11DEC20 1 weekly
Yerevan – Marseille eff 09DEC20 2 weekly
Yerevan – Moscow Vnukovo eff 06DEC20 2 weekly
Yerevan – Novosibirsk eff 11DEC20 1 weekly
Yerevan – Prague eff 09DEC20 2 weekly
Yerevan – Rostov eff 08DEC20 2 weekly
Yerevan – St. Petersburg eff 06DEC20 2 weekly

Separately, the airline has also listed Yerevan – Los Angeles schedule in the OAG, effective from 12DEC20, although the listing appears to be fictitious. The schedule listing shows one weekly flight with aircraft code “AB3”, Airbus A300. On the airline’s website, Los Angeles is being displayed as travel option, but not appearing in the airline’s timetable listing on its website.

VF1121 EVN1200 – 1345LAX AB3 6
VF1122 LAX1530 – 1745+1EVN AB3 6

The airline’s website also lists following routes, but not displayed in the OAG:
Yerevan – Krasnodar
Yerevan – Sochi
Yerevan – Tel Aviv

Reservation on the airline’s website is not available, due to current travel restrictions.

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Entry restrictions
Passengers without a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result issued at most 72 hours before arrival are subject to a test upon arrival at their own expense. The certificate must be in Armenian, English or Russian.

Entry restrictions for passengers who arrive from or have been in Azerbaijan
Passengers arriving from Azerbaijan must have a special entry permit.

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Flight Restrictions

published 08.08.2020

Passengers are not allowed to enter Armenia.
This does not apply to the immediate family members of nationals of Armenia.
This does not apply to diplomats and their immediate family members.
This does not apply to airline crew.

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COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

You can now enter Armenia with a negative PCR test certificate issued a maximum of 72 hours prior to arrival or a certificate of complete COVID-19 vaccination with the second dose taken at least 14 days before entering the country.

Vaccination
COVID-19 Total Vaccination date: 2021-10-11
COVID-19 Total Vaccination: 514241
COVID-19 Daily Vaccination: 7047
COVID-19 Vacc. (per 100 citizens, %): 17.33
COVID-19 Daily Vacc. (per 1 million citizens): 2374

Yellow fever (2018)
Country requirement at entry: no
WHO vaccination recommendation: no

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  • Armenia Fly Arna

    02.09.2021
  • Armenia Latest News: Services suspended at Gyumri Shirak Airport from 15 July until 15 September (Aysor, 07.06.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry borders to Armenia: On 12 January 2021, Armenia reopened its land borders with Georgia and Iran to foreign nationals. However, both neighboring countries retain their own strict border controls in response to COVID-19. You should check Georgia and Iran entry/exit requirements before attempting to cross land borders to/from Armenia.
    *Restrictions in response to coronavirus: Arrivals are subject to self-isolation and/or testing requirements (see following section). Face-masks must be worn in all public spaces.
    *Testing / screening on arrival: You can now enter Armenia with a negative PCR test certificate issued a maximum of 72 hours prior to arrival or a certificate of complete COVID-19 vaccination with the second dose taken at least 14 days before entering the country. Until there is an agreed way to demonstrate proof of vaccination for entry into Armenia from your country, you should continue to obtain a PCR test as stated above. You should arrange to take a private test.
    If you arrive without a certificate, and have no symptoms, you can pay for a PCR test at Zvartnots airport or the land border crossing from Georgia. You must then isolate until you receive a negative result.
    More information on the process for taking a PCR test, and a list of COVID-19 testing laboratories in Armenia, is available on the Zvartnots International Airport website.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Armenia: You must wear a facemask in all public or private transport, and in all public spaces. Breaches of mask-wearing protocols are subject to a 10,000AMD fine. You should follow the advice of the Armenian authorities on permitted activities.
    *Accommodation: Hotels and private rental accommodations are able to operate in Armenia during the pandemic, though several hotels remain closed from the earlier suspension of international tourism. You should check with accommodation providers before travel. Hotels are subject to government protocols on social distancing and the wearing of facemasks.
    *Public places and services: Shops, restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries are currently able to operate in Armenia, with restrictions governing social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Schools and universities have now reopened.

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    02.06.2021
  • Armenia International Restrictions:
    *Restrictions in response to coronavirus: The ban on entry to foreign nationals was lifted on 12 August. Arrivals are subject to self-isolation and/or testing requirements (see following section). Face-masks must be worn in all public spaces.
    *Testing / screening on arrival: You can now enter Armenia with a negative PCR test certificate issued a maximum of 72 hours prior to arrival. If you arrive without a certificate, and have no symptoms, you can pay for a PCR test at Zvartnots airport or the land border crossing from Georgia. You must then isolate until you receive a negative result. More information on the process for taking a PCR test, and a list of COVID-19 testing laboratories in Armenia, is available on the Zvartnots International Airport website.
    *Entry borders to Armenia: On 12 January 2021, Armenia reopened its land borders with Georgia and Iran to foreign nationals. However, both neighboring countries retain their own strict border controls in response to COVID-19. You should check Georgia and Iran entry/exit requirements before attempting to cross land borders to/from Armenia.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Armenia: The nationwide State of Emergency in response to COVID-19 ended on 11 September, though a number of anti-pandemic protocols around social distancing and wearing of face-masks remain in place.
    You must wear a facemask in all public or private transport, and in all public spaces. Breaches of mask-wearing protocols are subject to a 10,000AMD fine.
    You should follow the advice of the Armenian authorities on permitted activities.
    *Accommodation: Hotels and private rental accommodations are able to operate in Armenia during the pandemic, though several hotels remain closed from the earlier suspension of international tourism. You should check with accommodation providers before travel. Hotels are subject to government protocols on social distancing and the wearing of facemasks.
    *Public places and services: Shops, restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries are currently able to operate in Armenia, with restrictions governing social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Gatherings of up to 40 people are now permitted. Schools and universities have now reopened.

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    24.02.2021
  • Armenia Latest News: Civil aviation authorities in Armenia say airspace is open for civil aircraft (Reuters, 12.11.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Restrictions in response to coronavirus: The ban on entry to foreign nationals was lifted on 12 August. Arrivals are subject to self-isolation and/or testing requirements (see following section). Face-masks must be worn in all public spaces.
    *Testing / screening on arrival: You can now enter Armenia with a negative PCR test certificate issued a maximum of 72 hours prior to arrival. If you arrive without a certificate, and have no symptoms, you can pay for a PCR test at Zvartnots airport or the land border crossing from Georgia. You must then isolate until you receive a negative result. More information on the process for taking a PCR test, and a list of COVID-19 testing laboratories in Armenia, is available on theZvartnots International Airport website.
    *Entry borders to Armenia: On 12 January 2021, Armenia reopened its land borders with Georgia and Iran to foreign nationals. However, both neighboring countries retain their own strict border controls in response to COVID-19. You should check Georgia and Iran entry/exit requirements before attempting to cross land borders to/from Armenia.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Armenia’s government on 11 September lifted a state of emergency, but kept in place some restrictions aimed at stemming the spread of the coronavirus. The Armenian authorities have also introduced a number of other emergency measures and restrictions, including the requirement to wear face-masks in all public spaces. Hotels and private rental accommodations are able to operate in Armenia during the pandemic, though several hotels remain closed from the earlier suspension of international tourism. You should check with accommodation providers before travel. Hotels are subject to government protocols on social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Shops, restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries are currently able to operate in Armenia, with restrictions governing social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Schools and universities remain closed. Gatherings of up to 40 people are now permitted. Schools are set to reopen on 15 September.

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    14.01.2021
  • Armenia Latest News: Civil aviation authorities in Armenia say airspace is open for civil aircraft (Reuters, 12.11.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry borders to Armenia: The Meghri border crossing with Iran has been closed since 24 February. The land border between Armenia and Georgia has been closed since 14 March, other than for the movement of goods.
    *Testing / screening on arrival: You can now enter Armenia with a negative PCR test certificate issued a maximum of 72 hours prior to arrival. If you arrive without a certificate, and have no symptoms, you can pay for a PCR test at Zvartnots airport or the land border crossing from Georgia. You must then isolate until you receive a negative result. More information on the process for taking a PCR test, and a list of COVID-19 testing laboratories in Armenia, is available on the Zvartnots International Airport website.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Armenia’s government on 11 September lifted a state of emergency, but kept in place some restrictions aimed at stemming the spread of the coronavirus. The Armenian authorities have also introduced a number of other emergency measures and restrictions, including the requirement to wear face-masks in all public spaces. Hotels and private rental accommodations are able to operate in Armenia during the pandemic, though several hotels remain closed from the earlier suspension of international tourism. You should check with accommodation providers before travel. Hotels are subject to government protocols on social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Shops, restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries are currently able to operate in Armenia, with restrictions governing social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Schools and universities remain closed. Gatherings of up to 40 people are now permitted. Schools are set to reopen on 15 September.

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    04.01.2021
  • Armenia Latest News: Civil aviation authorities in Armenia say airspace is open for civil aircraft (Reuters, 12.11.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    The ban on entry to foreign nationals was lifted on 12 August. Arrivals are subject to self-isolation and/or testing requirements.
    Testing / screening on arrival – You can now enter Armenia with a negative PCR test certificate issued a maximum of 72 hours prior to arrival. If you arrive without a certificate, and have no symptoms, you can pay for a PCR test at Zvartnots airport or the land border crossing from Georgia. You must then isolate until you receive a negative result. More information on the process for taking a PCR test, and a list of COVID-19 testing laboratories in Armenia, is available on the Zvartnots International Airport website.
    Entry borders to Armenia – The Meghri border crossing with Iran has been closed since 24 February. The land border between Armenia and Georgia has been closed since 14 March, other than for the movement of goods.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Armenia’s government on 11 September lifted a state of emergency, but kept in place some restrictions aimed at stemming the spread of the coronavirus. The Armenian authorities have also introduced a number of other emergency measures and restrictions, including the requirement to wear face-masks in all public spaces. Hotels and private rental accommodations are able to operate in Armenia during the pandemic, though several hotels remain closed from the earlier suspension of international tourism. You should check with accommodation providers before travel. Hotels are subject to government protocols on social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Shops, restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries are currently able to operate in Armenia, with restrictions governing social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Schools and universities remain closed. Gatherings of up to 40 people are now permitted. Schools are set to reopen on 15 September.

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    30.11.2020
  • Armenia Latest News:The Civil Aviation Committee of Armenia has approved regular flights from: Aeroflot, Air France, Austrian Airlines, Belavia’s, Fly Dubai, MEA, Qatar, Sky Up, UIA, Air Cairo, AMC Airlines, Armenia Airways, Air Arabia (Public Radio of Armenia, 15.09.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    The ban on entry to foreign nationals was lifted on 12 August. Arrivals are subject to self-isolation and/or testing requirements.
    Testing / screening on arrival – You can now enter Armenia with a negative PCR test certificate issued a maximum of 72 hours prior to arrival. If you arrive without a certificate, and have no symptoms, you can pay for a PCR test at Zvartnots airport or the land border crossing from Georgia. You must then isolate until you receive a negative result. More information on the process for taking a PCR test, and a list of COVID-19 testing laboratories in Armenia, is available on the Zvartnots International Airport website.
    Entry borders to Armenia – The Meghri border crossing with Iran has been closed since 24 February. The land border between Armenia and Georgia has been closed since 14 March, other than for the movement of goods.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Armenia’s government on 11 September lifted a state of emergency, but kept in place some restrictions aimed at stemming the spread of the coronavirus. The Armenian authorities have also introduced a number of other emergency measures and restrictions, including the requirement to wear face-masks in all public spaces. Hotels and private rental accommodations are able to operate in Armenia during the pandemic, though several hotels remain closed from the earlier suspension of international tourism. You should check with accommodation providers before travel. Hotels are subject to government protocols on social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Shops, restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries are currently able to operate in Armenia, with restrictions governing social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Schools and universities remain closed. Gatherings of up to 40 people are now permitted. Schools are set to reopen on 15 September.

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    05.11.2020
  • Armenia Latest News:The Civil Aviation Committee of Armenia has approved regular flights from: Aeroflot, Air France, Austrian Airlines, Belavia’s, Fly Dubai, MEA, Qatar, Sky Up, UIA, Air Cairo, AMC Airlines, Armenia Airways, Air Arabia (Public Radio of Armenia, 15.09.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    The Government of Armenia has announced the re-opening of the Armenian airspace for commercial flights, with, for the moment, international flights operating to Yerevan from Paris, Amsterdam and Vienna. The ban on entry to foreign nationals was lifted on 12 August. Arrivals are subject to self-isolation and/or testing requirements. Visitors are required to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival, but are permitted to be released earlier if they obtain a certificate for a negative test result for COVID-19 after arrival in Armenia. The Meghri border crossing with Iran has been closed since 24 February. The land border between Armenia and Georgia has been closed since 14 March, other than for the movement of goods. The border between Armenia and Azerbaijan is closed.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Armenia’s government on 11 September lifted a state of emergency, but kept in place some restrictions aimed at stemming the spread of the coronavirus. The Armenian authorities have also introduced a number of other emergency measures and restrictions, including the requirement to wear face-masks in all public spaces. Hotels and private rental accommodations are able to operate in Armenia during the pandemic, though several hotels remain closed from the earlier suspension of international tourism. You should check with accommodation providers before travel. Hotels are subject to government protocols on social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Shops, restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries are currently able to operate in Armenia, with restrictions governing social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Schools and universities remain closed. Gatherings of up to 40 people are now permitted. Schools are set to reopen on 15 September.

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    28.09.2020
  • Armenia Latest News:The Civil Aviation Committee of Armenia has approved regular flights from: Aeroflot, Air France, Austrian Airlines, Belavia’s, Fly Dubai, MEA, Qatar, Sky Up, UIA, Air Cairo, AMC Airlines, Armenia Airways, Air Arabia (Public Radio of Armenia, 15.09.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    The Government of Armenia has announced the re-opening of the Armenian airspace for commercial flights, with, for the moment, international flights operating to Yerevan from Paris, Amsterdam and Vienna. The ban on entry to foreign nationals was lifted on 12 August. Arrivals are subject to self-isolation and/or testing requirements. Visitors are required to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival, but are permitted to be released earlier if they obtain a certificate for a negative test result for COVID-19 after arrival in Armenia. The Meghri border crossing with Iran has been closed since 24 February. The land border between Armenia and Georgia has been closed since 14 March, other than for the movement of goods. Face-masks must be worn in all public spaces.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Armenia’s government on 11 September lifted a state of emergency, but kept in place some restrictions aimed at stemming the spread of the coronavirus. The Armenian authorities have also introduced a number of other emergency measures and restrictions, including the requirement to wear face-masks in all public spaces. Hotels and private rental accommodations are able to operate in Armenia during the pandemic, though several hotels remain closed from the earlier suspension of international tourism. You should check with accommodation providers before travel. Hotels are subject to government protocols on social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Shops, restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries are currently able to operate in Armenia, with restrictions governing social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Schools and universities remain closed. Gatherings of up to 40 people are now permitted. Schools are set to reopen on 15 September.

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    15.09.2020
  • Armenia *****International Restrictions:
    The Government of Armenia has announced the re-opening of the Armenian airspace for commercial flights, with, for the moment, international flights operating to Yerevan from Paris, Amsterdam and Vienna. The ban on entry to foreign nationals was lifted on 12 August. Arrivals are subject to self-isolation and/or testing requirements. Visitors are required to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival, but are permitted to be released earlier if they obtain a certificate for a negative test result for COVID-19 after arrival in Armenia. The Meghri border crossing with Iran has been closed since 24 February. The land border between Armenia and Georgia has been closed since 14 March, other than for the movement of goods. Face-masks must be worn in all public spaces.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Armenia’s government on 11 September lifted a state of emergency, but kept in place some restrictions aimed at stemming the spread of the coronavirus. The Armenian authorities have also introduced a number of other emergency measures and restrictions, including the requirement to wear face-masks in all public spaces. Hotels and private rental accommodations are able to operate in Armenia during the pandemic, though several hotels remain closed from the earlier suspension of international tourism. You should check with accommodation providers before travel. Hotels are subject to government protocols on social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Shops, restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries are currently able to operate in Armenia, with restrictions governing social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Schools and universities remain closed. Gatherings of up to 40 people are now permitted. Schools are set to reopen on 15 September.

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    14.09.2020
  • Armenia Regular flights resume between Yerevan and Paris from 13 September (Panarmenian, 11.09.2020). State of emergency extended until 11 September (Reuters, 12.08.2020)

    *****International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights to and from Armenia remain very limited. The ban on entry to foreign nationals was lifted on 12 August. Arrivals are subject to self-isolation and/or testing requirements. Visitors are required to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival, but are permitted to be released earlier if they obtain a certificate for a negative test result for COVID-19 after arrival in Armenia. The Meghri border crossing with Iran has been closed since 24 February. The land border between Armenia and Georgia has been closed since 14 March, other than for the movement of goods. Face-masks must be worn in all public spaces.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    You must wear a facemask in all public or private transport, and in all public spaces. Breaches of mask-wearing protocols are subject to a 10,000AMD fine. The Government of Armenia declared a nationwide State of Emergency, initially from 16 March. This has been extended and is currently in effect until 11 September. The Armenian authorities have also introduced a number of other emergency measures and restrictions, including the requirement to wear face-masks in all public spaces. Hotels and private rental accommodations are able to operate in Armenia during the pandemic, though several hotels remain closed from the earlier suspension of international tourism. You should check with accommodation providers before travel. Hotels are subject to government protocols on social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Shops, restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries are currently able to operate in Armenia, with restrictions governing social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Schools and universities remain closed. Gatherings of up to 40 people are now permitted. Schools are set to reopen on 15 September.

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    19.08.2020
  • Armenia State of emergency extended until 11 September (Reuters, 12.08.2020)

    *****International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights to and from Armenia remain very limited. The ban on entry to foreign nationals was lifted on 12 August. Arrivals are subject to self-isolation and/or testing requirements. Visitors are required to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival, but are permitted to be released earlier if they obtain a certificate for a negative test result for COVID-19 after arrival in Armenia. The Meghri border crossing with Iran has been closed since 24 February. The land border between Armenia and Georgia has been closed since 14 March, other than for the movement of goods. Face-masks must be worn in all public spaces.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    You must wear a facemask in all public or private transport, and in all public spaces. Breaches of mask-wearing protocols are subject to a 10,000AMD fine. The Government of Armenia declared a nationwide State of Emergency, initially from 16 March. This has been extended and is currently in effect until 11 September. The Armenian authorities have also introduced a number of other emergency measures and restrictions, including the requirement to wear face-masks in all public spaces. Hotels and private rental accommodations are able to operate in Armenia during the pandemic, though several hotels remain closed from the earlier suspension of international tourism. You should check with accommodation providers before travel. Hotels are subject to government protocols on social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Shops, restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries are currently able to operate in Armenia, with restrictions governing social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Schools and universities remain closed. Gatherings of up to 40 people are now permitted. Schools are set to reopen on 15 September.

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    13.08.2020
  • Armenia State of emergency extended until 11 September (Reuters, 12.08.2020)

    *****International Restrictions:
    A state of emergency has been extended until 11 September. The country’s borders remain closed and international flights have not yet resumed but the government is planning to increase the number of charter flights to and from Armenia. A ban on foreigners entering Armenia has been removed.
    Travelers who are permitted to enter Armenia are asked to complete health questionnaires and self-quarantine or self-monitor for 14 days, which may include self-isolation, quarantine or hospitalisation.
    Georgia and Armenia have agreed to close the land border between their countries for a 10-day period, however this restriction has been extended indefinitely. Citizens of Armenia or Georgia are permitted to return to their respective countries. Similarly, the border between Iran and Armenia is closed to most travelers. Some cargo deliveries are able cross the borders.
    Permanent residents Foreign diplomatic staff and assignees of intergovernmental organisations, as well as their family members Armenian citizens and foreigners are allowed to depart by air only. The land borders with Georgia and Iran are closed, except for some cargo movement. All air traffic with Russia has been suspended until further notice. Other air travel options remain severely limited. All travellers arriving in Armenia must undergo medical screening at the port of entry and may be subject to isolation at a medical facility.
    Travelers who are permitted to enter Armenia are asked to complete health questionnaires and self-quarantine or self-monitor for 14 days.
    Georgia and Armenia have agreed to close the land border between their countries for a 10-day period, however this restriction has been extended indefinitely. Citizens of Armenia or Georgia are permitted to return to their respective countries. Similarly, the border between Iran and Armenia is closed to most travelers. Some cargo deliveries are able cross the borders.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The Government of Armenia declared a nationwide State of Emergency until 11 September. Actions include closure of schools and universities, prohibition of events with more than 10 persons in attendance, screening and quarantine measures, and restriction of entry into Armenia.
    On 4 May the Government of Armenia lifted a number of the nationwide lockdown restrictions which had been in place since 24 March. Individual shops, outdoor restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries are now able to operate, with restrictions governing social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Breaches of mask-wearing protocols are subject to a 10,000AMD fine. Schools and universities remain closed. You should follow the advice of the Armenian authorities on permitted activities. The Armenian authorities have also introduced a number of other emergency measures and restrictions, including a ban on public gatherings. You should follow the advice of local authorities.

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    12.08.2020
  • Armenia State of emergency extended until 11 September (Reuters, 12.08.2020)

    *****International Restrictions:
    Armenia has suspended entry into the country of any traveler who is neither a citizen of Armenia, a member of the family of a citizen, or a lawful resident of Armenia.
    Travelers who are permitted to enter Armenia are asked to complete health questionnaires and self-quarantine or self-monitor for 14 days, which may include self-isolation, quarantine or hospitalisation.
    Georgia and Armenia have agreed to close the land border between their countries for a 10-day period, however this restriction has been extended indefinitely. Citizens of Armenia or Georgia are permitted to return to their respective countries. Similarly, the border between Iran and Armenia is closed to most travelers. Some cargo deliveries are able cross the borders.

    A state of emergency has been extended until 12 August. Most foreign travellers are banned from entering Armenia, regardless of the country they are travelling from or the point of entry into the country. The following groups of travellers are exempt: Armenian nationals and their family members.
    Permanent residents Foreign diplomatic staff and assignees of intergovernmental organisations, as well as their family members Armenian citizens and foreigners are allowed to depart by air only. The land borders with Georgia and Iran are closed, except for some cargo movement. All air traffic with Russia has been suspended until further notice. Other air travel options remain severely limited. All travellers arriving in Armenia must undergo medical screening at the port of entry and may be subject to isolation at a medical facility.
    Travelers who are permitted to enter Armenia are asked to complete health questionnaires and self-quarantine or self-monitor for 14 days.
    Georgia and Armenia have agreed to close the land border between their countries for a 10-day period, however this restriction has been extended indefinitely. Citizens of Armenia or Georgia are permitted to return to their respective countries. Similarly, the border between Iran and Armenia is closed to most travelers. Some cargo deliveries are able cross the borders.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The Government of Armenia declared a nationwide State of Emergency until 12 August 2020. Actions include closure of schools and universities, prohibition of events with more than 10 persons in attendance, screening and quarantine measures, and restriction of entry into Armenia.
    On 4 May the Government of Armenia lifted a number of the nationwide lockdown restrictions which had been in place since 24 March. Individual shops, outdoor restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries are now able to operate, with restrictions governing social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Breaches of mask-wearing protocols are subject to a 10,000AMD fine. Schools and universities remain closed. You should follow the advice of the Armenian authorities on permitted activities. The Armenian authorities have also introduced a number of other emergency measures and restrictions, including a ban on public gatherings. You should follow the advice of local authorities.

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    30.07.2020
  • Armenia Government extends state of emergency until 12 August, country’s borders remain closed and international flights have not resumed (Reuters, 13.07.2020)

    *****International Restrictions:
    Armenia has suspended entry into the country of any traveler who is neither a citizen of Armenia, a member of the family of a citizen, or a lawful resident of Armenia.
    Travelers who are permitted to enter Armenia are asked to complete health questionnaires and self-quarantine or self-monitor for 14 days, which may include self-isolation, quarantine or hospitalisation.
    Georgia and Armenia have agreed to close the land border between their countries for a 10-day period, however this restriction has been extended indefinitely. Citizens of Armenia or Georgia are permitted to return to their respective countries. Similarly, the border between Iran and Armenia is closed to most travelers. Some cargo deliveries are able cross the borders.

    A state of emergency has been extended until 12 August. Most foreign travellers are banned from entering Armenia, regardless of the country they are travelling from or the point of entry into the country. The following groups of travellers are exempt: Armenian nationals and their family members.
    Permanent residents Foreign diplomatic staff and assignees of intergovernmental organisations, as well as their family members Armenian citizens and foreigners are allowed to depart by air only. The land borders with Georgia and Iran are closed, except for some cargo movement. All air traffic with Russia has been suspended until further notice. Other air travel options remain severely limited. All travellers arriving in Armenia must undergo medical screening at the port of entry and may be subject to isolation at a medical facility.
    Travelers who are permitted to enter Armenia are asked to complete health questionnaires and self-quarantine or self-monitor for 14 days.
    Georgia and Armenia have agreed to close the land border between their countries for a 10-day period, however this restriction has been extended indefinitely. Citizens of Armenia or Georgia are permitted to return to their respective countries. Similarly, the border between Iran and Armenia is closed to most travelers. Some cargo deliveries are able cross the borders.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The Government of Armenia declared a nationwide State of Emergency until 12 August 2020. Actions include closure of schools and universities, prohibition of events with more than 10 persons in attendance, screening and quarantine measures, and restriction of entry into Armenia.
    On 4 May the Government of Armenia lifted a number of the nationwide lockdown restrictions which had been in place since 24 March. Individual shops, outdoor restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries are now able to operate, with restrictions governing social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Breaches of mask-wearing protocols are subject to a 10,000AMD fine. Schools and universities remain closed. You should follow the advice of the Armenian authorities on permitted activities. The Armenian authorities have also introduced a number of other emergency measures and restrictions, including a ban on public gatherings. You should follow the advice of local authorities.

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    13.07.2020
  • Armenia Government extends state of emergency until 13 July, plans to permit resumption of international flights from mid-July (Reuters, 12.06.2020)

    *****International Restrictions:
    Armenia has suspended entry into the country of any traveler who is neither a citizen of Armenia, a member of the family of a citizen, or a lawful resident of Armenia.
    Travelers who are permitted to enter Armenia are asked to complete health questionnaires and self-quarantine or self-monitor for 14 days, which may include self-isolation, quarantine or hospitalisation.
    Georgia and Armenia have agreed to close the land border between their countries for a 10-day period, however this restriction has been extended indefinitely. Citizens of Armenia or Georgia are permitted to return to their respective countries. Similarly, the border between Iran and Armenia is closed to most travelers. Some cargo deliveries are able cross the borders.

    *****

    International restrictions:

    On 12 June 2020, this State of Emergency was extended for an additional 30 days, through 13 July 2020.

    A state of emergency has been extended until 17.00, 13 June. Most foreign travellers are banned from entering Armenia, regardless of the country they are travelling from or the point of entry into the country. The following groups of travellers are exempt: Armenian nationals and their family members.
    Permanent residents Foreign diplomatic staff and assignees of intergovernmental organisations, as well as their family members Armenian citizens and foreigners are allowed to depart by air only. The land borders with Georgia and Iran are closed, except for some cargo movement. All air traffic with Russia has been suspended until further notice. Other air travel options remain severely limited. All travellers arriving in Armenia must undergo medical screening at the port of entry and may be subject to isolation at a medical facility.
    Travelers who are permitted to enter Armenia are asked to complete health questionnaires and self-quarantine or self-monitor for 14 days.
    Georgia and Armenia have agreed to close the land border between their countries for a 10-day period, however this restriction has been extended indefinitely. Citizens of Armenia or Georgia are permitted to return to their respective countries. Similarly, the border between Iran and Armenia is closed to most travelers. Some cargo deliveries are able cross the borders.

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    Internal restrictions:

    The Government of Armenia declared a nationwide State of Emergency, initially from 16 March until 13 July 2020. Actions include closure of schools and universities, prohibition of events with more than 10 persons in attendance, screening and quarantine measures, and restriction of entry into Armenia.
    On 4 May the Government of Armenia lifted a number of the nationwide lockdown restrictions which had been in place since 24 March. Individual shops, outdoor restaurants/cafes and manufacturing industries are now able to operate, with restrictions governing social distancing and the wearing of facemasks. Schools and universities remain closed. You should follow the advice of the Armenian authorities on permitted activities. The Armenian authorities have also introduced a number of other emergency measures and restrictions, including a ban on public gatherings. You should follow the advice of local authorities.

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    25.06.2020
  • Armenia Government extends state of emergency until 13 July, plans to permit resumption of international flights from mid-July (Reuters, 12.06.2020)

    1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Armenia.
    – This does not apply to:
    – nationals and residents of Armenia;
    – immediate family members of nationals of Armenia;
    – diplomats and their immediate family members.
    2. Passengers who are allowed to enter Armenia are subject to a 14 day quarantine.

    International restrictions:

    A state of emergency has been extended until 17.00, 13 June. Most foreign travellers are banned from entering Armenia, regardless of the country they are travelling from or the point of entry into the country. The following groups of travellers are exempt: Armenian nationals and their family members.
    Permanent residents Foreign diplomatic staff and assignees of intergovernmental organisations, as well as their family members Armenian citizens and foreigners are allowed to depart by air only. The land borders with Georgia and Iran are closed, except for some cargo movement. All air traffic with Russia has been suspended until further notice. Other air travel options remain severely limited. All travellers arriving in Armenia must undergo medical screening at the port of entry and may be subject to isolation at a medical facility.
    Travelers who are permitted to enter Armenia are asked to complete health questionnaires and self-quarantine or self-monitor for 14 days.
    Georgia and Armenia have agreed to close the land border between their countries for a 10-day period, however this restriction has been extended indefinitely. Citizens of Armenia or Georgia are permitted to return to their respective countries. Similarly, the border between Iran and Armenia is closed to most travelers. Some cargo deliveries are able cross the borders.

    Internal restrictions:

    While schools and universities remain closed, many restrictions previously imposed under the State of Emergency have been lifted, including restrictions on the movement of individuals and the ban on public transportation. As of May 18, all individuals using public transportation are required to wear a mask and gloves, and as of May 25 all individuals are required to wear masks in public spaces. Individuals who do not comply with this requirement could face fines of 100,000 dram or more (over 200 USD).

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    15.06.2020
  • Armenia 1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Armenia.
    – This does not apply to:
    – nationals and residents of Armenia;
    – immediate family members of nationals of Armenia;
    – diplomats and their immediate family members.
    2. Passengers who are allowed to enter Armenia are subject to a 14 day quarantine.

    International restrictions:

    A state of emergency has been extended until 17.00, 13 June. Most foreign travellers are banned from entering Armenia, regardless of the country they are travelling from or the point of entry into the country. The following groups of travellers are exempt: Armenian nationals and their family members.
    Permanent residents Foreign diplomatic staff and assignees of intergovernmental organisations, as well as their family members Armenian citizens and foreigners are allowed to depart by air only. The land borders with Georgia and Iran are closed, except for some cargo movement. All air traffic with Russia has been suspended until further notice. Other air travel options remain severely limited. All travellers arriving in Armenia must undergo medical screening at the port of entry and may be subject to isolation at a medical facility.

    Internal restrictions:

    While schools and universities remain closed, many restrictions previously imposed under the State of Emergency have been lifted, including restrictions on the movement of individuals and the ban on public transportation. As of May 18, all individuals using public transportation are required to wear a mask and gloves, and as of May 25 all individuals are required to wear masks in public spaces. Individuals who do not comply with this requirement could face fines of 100,000 dram or more (over 200 USD).

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    03.06.2020
  • Armenia Government extends state of emergency until 13 June (Xinhua, 14.05.2020) 1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Armenia. – This does not apply to: – nationals and residents of Armenia; – immediate family members of nationals of Armenia; – diplomats and their immediate family members. 2. Passengers who are allowed to enter Armenia are subject to a 14 day quarantine.

    International restrictions:

    A state of emergency has been extended until 17.00, 13 June. Most foreign travellers are banned from entering Armenia, regardless of the country they are travelling from or the point of entry into the country. The following groups of travellers are exempt: Armenian nationals and their family members Permanent residents Foreign diplomatic staff and assignees of intergovernmental organisations, as well as their family members Armenian citizens and foreigners are allowed to depart by air only. The land borders with Georgia and Iran are closed, except for some cargo movement. All air traffic with Russia has been suspended until further notice. Other air travel options remain severely limited. All travellers arriving in Armenia must undergo medical screening at the port of entry and may be subject to isolation at a medical facility.

    Internal restrictions:

    Most restrictions have been lifted since 4 May, including the permit system for movements. Public transport will resume operation on 18 May. Most businesses are allowed to reopen except shopping centres and department stores.

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    25.05.2020
  • Armenia Government extends state of emergency until 13 June (Xinhua, 14.05.2020) 1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Armenia until 14 May 2020. – This does not apply to nationals and residents of Armenia. – This does not apply to the immediate family members of nationals of Armenia. – This does not apply to diplomats and their immediate family members. – This does not apply to airline crew. 2. Passengers who are allowed to enter Armenia are subject to a 14 day quarantine.

    All air traffic with Russia has been suspended until further notice. Other air travel options remain severely limited. Restrictions have been imposed by Armenia Airways on travel to Iran: only Iranian citizens are allowed to board the Iran-bound flight while only Armenian residents and citizens are allowed to be on Armenia-bound flights.

    Internal restrictions:

    Most restrictions have been lifted since 4 May, including the permit system for movements. Public transport will resume operation on 18 May. Most businesses are allowed to reopen except shopping centres and department stores.

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    15.05.2020
  • Armenia Armenia has eased restrictions on inter-regional movement and some types of economic activity. Restrictions on the movement of people and public transport are maintained. (Reuters, 23.04.2020)

    1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Armenia until 14 May 2020.
    – This does not apply to nationals and residents of Armenia.
    – This does not apply to the immediate family members of nationals of Armenia.
    – This does not apply to diplomats and their immediate family members.
    – This does not apply to airline crew.
    2. Passengers who are allowed to enter Armenia are subject to a 14 day quarantine.

    All air traffic with Russia has been suspended until further notice. Other air travel options remain severely limited.

    Restrictions have been imposed by Armenia Airways on travel to Iran: only Iranian citizens are allowed to board the Iran-bound flight while only Armenian residents and citizens are allowed to be on Armenia-bound flights.

    Internal restrictions:

    Most restrictions have been lifted since 4 May, including the permit system for movements. Public transport, except taxis and trains, remain suspended.
    Most businesses are allowed to reopen except shopping centres and department stores.

    Read more
    10.05.2020
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