Coyne Airways has further increased its capacity in the Armenian market with the introduction of a Boeing 757 freighter aircraft on its direct service between Liege and Yerevan.
This larger aircraft, replacing the previous B737F service, provides up to 38 tons of capacity in each direction to meet the demand for both imports and the growing export market from Armenia.
Services from Liege to Yerevan operate every Sunday with the aircraft returning on Mondays as per the following schedule:
|Liege (LGG)||B757F||Yerevan (EVN)||7C603||Sunday||22:00||04:20+1|
|Yerevan (EVN)||B757F||Liege (LGG)||7C604||Monday||19:20||22:20|
The Coyne Airways flight is the only freighter service operating from Europe into Yerevan and offers seamless connections from New York, allowing cargo to be tendered in JFK at the end of the week and be ready and waiting in Yerevan on Monday morning. Connections from cities around the globe are also available.
The return service from Yerevan opens the entire world to Armenian exporters. As well as being able to offer destinations across Europe via an extensive trucking network from Liege, onward flights are also available to North America, including New York and Los Angeles, together with other popular worldwide destinations such as Shanghai and Hong Kong.
Coyne Airways has been a leading provider of air cargo services to Yerevan for more than two decades. Commenting on the increased capacity, CEO Larry Coyne said: “We are delighted to be able to further increase capacity to Yerevan with the B757, providing 15 pallet positions and up to 38 tons of payload. We are particularly excited to be offering much needed additional capacity for the Armenian export market and look forward to helping grow this market to Europe and beyond”.
Liege is 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.