Coyne Airways is stepping up its cargo services to Armenia with the introduction of a weekly Boeing 737-400 freighter service from Liege to Yerevan.
The Sunday service will commence on 10th May and bring much-needed direct freighter lift to Yerevan from Western Europe. The flight will operate to the following schedule:
|Liege (LGG)||Yerevan (EVN)||7C 603||12:00||18:35||B737-400F|
Coyne has been a leading provider of air cargo services to Yerevan for more than two decades, previously serving the Armenian capital via Tbilisi. This new service will increase capacity on the route and provide a faster service for the movement of critical shipments of medical supplies and PPE.
Larry Coyne, CEO of Coyne Airways, said: “Yerevan has been an important market for us for many years and we are delighted to be able to increase capacity with a direct freighter service from Liege, something I know will be especially welcomed during the global pandemic. There has been a notable shift in the commodities we are carrying to Yerevan in the past month or so in favour of vital medical equipment and we know speed is of the essence for this type of movement. We hope this new service will help our customers better serve such demand during these difficult times.”
The service will operate from Liege, one of Europe’s leading cargo airports, located at the heart of the Amsterdam-Paris-Frankfurt “golden triangle” allowing quick and easy access for customers from across Europe as well as worldwide, via Coyne’s network of partner airlines.
From Yerevan Coyne will offer onward services to the Georgian capital Tbilisi.