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Airport Overview

Yerevan “Zvartnots” international airport, the main air gate, was put into operation in 1980. 

Airport is located 10 km far from Yerevan. The geometric dimensions of the airport runway are 3850x56m. According to the international criteria the airport complies with “4D” class. The navigation system, installed in the airport, provides 30x300m meteorological minimum conditions for landing, which complies with ICAO CAT II. 

In accordance with the RA legislation and international standards the airport of “Zvartnots” airport is certified by the General Department of Civil Aviation at the government of the Republic of Armenia. 

Currently the new terminal, which corresponds to the international standards and equipped with up-to-date technologies, is operating with its full capacity. 

The main international carriers are: Aeroflot, Austrian Airlines, Air France, Alitalia, Fly Dubai etc. 

Airport operational and technical parameters make it possible to operate Boeing-747, Airbus- 310, IL-86, ANT-124, IL-62 and low-class airplanes.  

Location Details 

Country 

Armenia 

Latitude 

40.14728 

Province / District 

Armavir District 

Longitude 

44.39588 

Town or City (Closest) 

Yerevan 

Elevation (ft and m) 

2,838 ft / 865 m 

Airfield Name 

'Zvartnots' international airport 

IATA and ICAO Codes 

EVN 

UDYZ 

Open From (hours) 

24 hours 

Open To (hours) 

24 hours 

Airport Picture

Description and Contacts of Key Companies 

For information on Armenia airport contact details, please see the following link: 4.5 Armenia Airport Company Contact List

Information on some aviation service providers can be found at: http://www.azfreight.com/

There is one commercial helicopters operator in Yerevan, whose website can be found at the following link: https://armheli.com/services/

Runways 

The runway of is capable of accepting aircrafts of capacity Antonov An-124, Airbus 380 and Boeing 747- 400. The airport terminals, passenger lounge and runways are maintained in perfect order to invite international flight round the year.  

Runway #1 

Runway Dimensions 

3850 x 56 

Orientation 

09: Approach  85º 

27: Approach 265º 

Surface 

70/F/C/X/T 

Asphalt/Concrete 

Helicopter Pad(s) 

There is no designated helicopter pad at Zvartnots Airport. Landing at the airport would be just in case of emergency. 

Helipad #1 

Present (Yes / No) 

No 

Largest helicopter that can land 

No Limitation Mi-26 

Width and Length (metres) 

189 x 52 m 

Surface 

Asphalt 

Airport Infrastructure Details 

Customs 

YES 

JET A-1 fuel 

YES 

Immigration 

Yes 

AVGAS 100 

YES 

Terminal Building 

Yes 

Single Point Refuelling 

YES 

Passenger Terminal 

Yes 

Air Starter Units 

YES 

Cargo terminal 

Yes 

Ground Power (mobile) 

YES 

Pax transport to airfield 

YES 

Ground Handling Services 

YES 

Control Tower 

YES 

Latrine Servicing 

YES 

Weather Facilities 

YES 

Fire Fighting Category (ICAO) 

YES 

Catering Services 

YES 

De-icing Equipment 

YES 

Base Operating Room 

YES 

Parking Ramp Lighting 

YES 

Airport Radar 

YES 

Approach & Runway Lights 

YES 

NDB 

YES 

VOR 

YES 

ILS 

YES 

 

 

Airport Operating Details 

Operating Details

Maximum sized aircraft which can be offloaded on bulk cargo

B-777, B-747, An-124, L-1011, MD-11, DC-10 

Maximum sized aircraft that can be offloaded on pallet 

B-777, B-747, An-124, L-1011, MD-11, DC-10 

Total aircraft parking area (m²) 

82,597 m² with 28 ramps 

Each parking area is 100 m x 150 m Aircraft are towed by tugs to the taxiways 

The runway, ramp and the loading areas are lit at night 

Storage Area (mt) 

10,000 m² 

Cubic Meters (m³) 

30,000 m³ 

Cargo Handling Equipment Available (Yes / No) 

Yes 

If "Yes" specify below 

Elevators / Hi Loaders (Yes / No) 

YES 

Max Capacity (mt) 

3000 

Can elevators / hi loaders reach the upper level of a B747 (Yes / No) 

Can reach the upper deck of a B747 

Loading Ramps (Yes / No) 

YES / High Loader, Forklift, Conveyor Belt, Dollies,ClarkTug, Pallet Jack 

Storage Facilities 

Zvartnots Cargo Terminal has been operating since 1998."Zvartnots” Cargo Terminal has: 10,000 m2 warehouse territory and capability to handle over 100,000 mt of cargo annually. 

Various facilities for handling special cargo. Provides: Handling by applying state-of-the-art equipment 24-hour cargo handling, able to handle of all types of cargo, including AVI, DGR, HUM, PER, VAL, Warehouse is bonded warehouse, with customs terminal. 

Airfield Costs

Navigation Charges  

Aircraft Weight - MTOW (kg) 

Navigation (per journey) 

USD - $ 

Landing USD $ 

Night Landing 

USD - $ 

Night Take-Off USD - $ 

Parking 

Handling Charges 

0 - 7,000 

€6.00 

1944.00 

2333.00 

Minimum 1100.00 u up to 200 mt aircraft than 7.95 per MT 

0.25 mt / hour 

45.00 

7,001 - 136,000 

€6.00 

1944.00 

2333.00 

Minimum 1100.00 u up to 200 mt aircraft than 7.95 per MT 

0.25 mt / hour 

60.00 

136,001 - and over 

€6.00 

1944.00 

2333.00 

Minimum 1100.00 u up to 200 mt aircraft than 7.95 per MT 

€0.20 mt / hour 

€54 

GROUND HANDLING CARGO AIRCRAFT CHARGES. 

Charges are imposed based on the maximum take off weight of the cargo airplane

Basic Ground Handling Charges. 

The basic ground handling fee (BASIC FEE) varies by cargo aircraft maximum take off weight as described in the following chart: 

CARGO AIRCRAFT MAXIMUM TAKE OFF WEIGHT (US$) 

a) to 50 tons - 180 

b) 51 to 100 tons - 220 

c) 101 to 150 tons - 260 

d) More than 150 tons - 300 

The outlined basic fees include the following services to be rendered in accordance with the requirements of one cargo aircraft arrival and one aircraft departure: 

  • Marshalling 
  • Provide marshalling at arrival and/or departure. Parking 
  • Provide Position and/or remove wheelchocks. 
  • Provide Operate ground power unit, up to maximum 3 (three) continuous hours 
  • Loading and Unloading 
  • Provide or Operate passenger steps, 1 (one) per each occasion 
  • Provide crew transport between aircraft and airport terminals, 1 (one) bus per each flight
  • Moving of Aircraft 
  • Provide tow-in and/or push-back tractor, 1 (one) per each occasion
    • Towbar to be provided by the Carrier, or
    • Towbar to be provided by the Handling Company
  • Tow in and/or push back aircraft, 1 (one) per each occasion
  • Provide wing-walker(s) 

Supplementary Services Charges 

All services exceeding the basic provision contemplated for any given flight will be charged as Supplementary Services in addition to the BASIC FEE which applies for the flight according to the aircraft accommodation capability. 

Aircraft Pushback Service required for a Narrow Body Aircraft Charge - in addition to that which is included in the BASIC FEE- is US$ 84 (United States of America Dollars Eighty Four) per each occasion. 

Aircraft Pushback Service required for a Wide Body Aircraft Charge - in addition to that which is included in the BASIC FEE- is US$ 148 (United States of America Dollars One Hundred Forty Eight) per each occasion. 

Towing of a Narrow Body Aircraft Charge is US$ 148 (United States of America Dollars One Hundred Forty Eight) per each hour or fraction there off. 

Minimum Charge for Towing a Narrow Body Aircraft is one (1) hour at US$ 148 (United States of America Dollars One Hundred Forty Eight) . 

Towing of a Wide Body Aircraft Charge is U$S 253 (United States of America Dollars Two Hundred Fifty Three) per each hour or fraction there off. 

Minimum Charge for Towing a Wide Body Aircraft is one (1) hour at U$S 253 (United States of America Dollars Two Hundred Fifty Three) Hot water truck is charged US$ 250 (United States of America Dollars Two Hundred Fifty) per each hour or fraction. 

De-Icing truck presence during all turn around time is charged US$ 60 (United States of America Dollars Sixty) per each hour or fraction. 

For Cargo Aircraft Concentrates or Mixtures of ISO/SAE Type II Fluid in accordance to the European standards used for De-Icing/Anti-Icing Services and Snow/Ice Removal is charged US$ 4.50 per each liter. 

Charge for each liter of warm water used for De-Icing/Anti-Icing for Cargo Aircraft is US$ 0.05. 

Ground Air Start Unit Support Charge is U$S 195 (United States of America Dollars One Hundred Ninety Five) per each occasion. 

De-Icing/Anti-Icing Services and Snow/Ice Removal According to the Carrier's Instructions Charge is on request, charged US$ 300 (United States of America Dollars Three Hundred) per each 30 minutes or fraction. 

Passenger stairs price is US$ 10 (United States of America Dollars Ten) per each occasion. 

Marshalling and provision of parking related services (provision and removing of wheel chocks, safety cones and pin) required for a Narrow Body Aircraft Charge - in addition to that which is included in the BASIC FEE - is US$ 65 (United States of America Dollars Sixty Five) per each occasion. 

Marshalling and provision of parking related services (provision and removing of wheel chocks, safety cones and pin) required for a Wide Body Aircraft Charge - in addition to that which is included in the BASIC FEE- is US$ 95 (United States of America Dollars Ninety Five) per each occasion. 

Use of Ground Power Unit, up to maximum 3 (three) continuous hours 

Additional Ground Power Unit Support for cargo aircraft exceeding the maximum of three (3) continuous hours granted within the BASIC FEE, is charged US $ 100 (United States of America Dollars One Hundred)" per each hour or fraction thereof. 

Handling in case of technical landing for other than commercial purposes will be charged at 50% ( fifty per cent) of the above rates, provided that a physical change of load is not involved. 

Handling in case of return to ramp will not be charged extra, provided that a physical change of load is not involved. 

Handling in case of return to ramp involving a physical change of load will be charged as for handling in case of technical landing in accordance with11.05.01. 

Handling in case of a ferry flight will be charged at 70% (seventy per cent) of the above rates, provided that a physical change of load is not involved. 

Additional charge for night service: all charges for all services described in this XII chapter rendered from 21.00 up to 7.00 am will be increased in 30% (thirty per cent)

Flight coordination/assistance upon request:

  1. Briefing coordination
  2. Catering coordination
  3. Crew visas coordination
  4. Fuel coordination

will be charged US$ 200 (United States of America Dollars Two Hundred) for turnaround.

SERVICES NOT INCLUDED

All services not included will be charged for at AIA rates.

DISBURSEMENTS

Any disbursements made by the Handling Company on behalf of the Carrier will be reimbursed by the Carrier at cost price plus an accounting surcharge of 30% (thirty percent).

Cargo Terminal Charges

Import

Rate US$ / kg

Handling Charge per kg

$0.082

Minimum cargo handling USD 35.00

Break Bulk Fee

$0.082

Diplomatic Mail

$0.082

Strong Room – per consignment

$0.082

Cold Storage Fee

$0.082

Delivery outside normal working hours


Preparation of substitute AOA – Invoice – Receipt


Storage per kg per day – Grace period? hours

First 24 hours free then $0.01

Export

Rate US$ / kg

Handling charges – Unpalletized cargo

$0.082

Minimum cargo handling USD 35.00

International Air WayBill

$25

Local Air WayBill

$10

Air Way Bill Amendment - Cancellation

$5

Air Way Bill Documentation

$15

Diplomatic Mail

$15

Storage charges per kg per day

$0.016

Security

The airport has its own security services which is reliable.