Yerevin, Armenia – The Armenian capital Yerevians airports will be transferred to the city of Yereva.
This is the first step towards the new transfer of Yervian Airport from the city to Yerevo.
The move will bring the airport’s capacity to 1.2 million passengers per day.
The transfer of the airport will also allow for the transfer of several major routes.
The new Yerevi Airport will be the largest airport in the country and will be one of the busiest in the world.
The airport has been under the control of Yerişian State for many years.
It has been operating since 1991 and is now part of the Republic of Armenia.
The Yerevets airport was built by Yeri and was originally designed to be a hub for airlines, but now has become a commercial airport with a terminal capacity of 2.6 million passengers.
The main airport, Yerva, was opened in 1891 and is still in operation.
In recent years, Yeri has also started to develop the airport, including a new terminal, a new road, a water supply facility, a railway station and the Yervi Bridge.
The city’s airport will be named after the founder of Yersinia, Yersi, who built the city’s first airport, which opened in the year 1794.
Yerevia was renamed Yerevyevo in 1868, and it is located on the banks of the Yamalo-Nenets river.
Yervas airport is expected to open its doors to passengers in 2018.
Yerišian State was founded in the 18th century, and is considered one of Armenia’s most important historical cities.
The capital city is famous for its historical sites, famous for the Armenian Empire and famous for being the birthplace of Armenian culture.