Fly Arna’s first batch of cabin crew graduates, first A320 is painted

Fly Arna’s first batch of flight attendants has graduated with this announcement:

Fly Arna, Armenia’s national airline and a joint venture company between the Armenian National Interests Fund (ANIF) and Air Arabia Group, today announced the graduation of its first batch as cabin crew in their brand new uniform, who successfully completed their technical and customer service training.

This graduation follows the wide recruitment campaign that took place last January in Armenia to support of the launch of the airline operations. The graduated cadet consisted of 20 cabin crew members who graduated after completing their extensive initial and practical course and training.

As batch 01 is ready to embark, two more cabin crew batches are currently under training. This follows the readiness of the Fly Arna’s first aircraft (A320-214 OE-LAP, msn 6782) that completed its paint job earlier this week.

Fly Arna is currently in the process of applying for its the Airline Operation Certificate (AOC) and more details on the launch date and destinations will be shared in due course.

Based in Zvartnots International Airport (EVN) in Yerevan, Fly Arna follows the successful low-cost business model operated by Air Arabia that focuses on offering comfort, reliability, and value-for-money air travel.

The new airline is planning to launch operations in May.