Aeroflot starts flights to Armena’s Gyumri

The Russian Aeroflot airline has started flights to Gyumri’sShirak” airport.

Moscow-Gyumri-Moscow flights will be operated three times a week, every Monday, Thursday and Friday.

For more information on air tickets it’s necesary to visit the airline’s website or contact the local travel agency.


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TUMO announces $50 million “TUMO Armenia” campaign to extend its learning network nationwide

Marking TUMO’s 10 year anniversary and the inauguration of the new TUMO Gyumri building, the TUMO Center for Creative Technologies today announced a five year, $50 million initiative to make its leading edge educational program available to all teenagers throughout Armenia and Artsakh, PRNewswire informs.

With 110 satellite facilities called TUMO Boxes connected to 16 fully equipped TUMO Hubs in regional centers, the program will serve 80 thousand students and reach all young Armenians even in the most remote villages.

A $10 million seed fund donated by the Yemenidjian family will launch and support hubs in Vanadzor, Kapan and Koghb, along with TUMO Boxes that feed into these and three existing hubs. To raise the

TUMO announces $50M campaign to cover entire Armenia

TUMO announces $50M campaign to cover entire Armenia

September 18, 2021 – 13:35 AMT

PanARMENIAN.Net – Marking TUMO’s 10 year anniversary and the inauguration of the new TUMO Gyumri building, the TUMO Center for Creative Technologies on Saturday, September 18 announced a five year, $50 million initiative to make its leading edge educational program available to all teenagers throughout Armenia and Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh).

With 110 satellite facilities called TUMO Boxes connected to 16 fully equipped TUMO Hubs in regional centers, the program will serve 80 thousand students and reach all young Armenians even in the most remote villages.

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New arrival hall of Gyumri’s Shirak airport inaugurated

The new arrival hall and the renovated runway were of Gyumri’s “Shirak” airport were commissioned today.

Attending the event were Deputy Prime Minister Suren Papikyan, Minister of Territorial Administration and Infrastructure Gnel Sanosyan, General Manager of “Armenia” International Airports CJSC Sergey Avetisyan.


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TUMO Center opens in Kyiv

The TUMO Center for Creative Technologies opened in Kyiv today, the Armenian Embassy in Ukraine informs.

The Ambassador of the Republic of Armenia to Ukraine, Vladimir Karapetyan, offered opening remarks at the inauguration of the center.

The Ambassador emphasized the special nature of TUMO and presented the history of the center’s Armenian roots.

he expressed gratitude to everyone involved in the project and wished them every success.

The TUMO Center for Creative Technologies is a free-of-charge educational program that puts teens in charge of their own learning. The learning pro

Lufthansa could open Gyumri hub, launch flights from Armenia's north

Lufthansa could open Gyumri hub, launch flights from Armenia's north

August 12, 2021 – 17:12 AMT

PanARMENIAN.Net – Minister of the Economy Vahan Kerobyan and the representatives of Lufthansa have discussed the possibility of establishing the carrier’s hub in Gyumri and launching flights from the northern Armenian city to Europe. Alfred Kocharyan, the acting chairman of the Tourism Committee, also participated in the meeting.

Prospects and ways of cooperation with Lufthansa and Armenia’s priorities in the tourism sector were discussed during the meeting in Yerevan on Thursday, August 12. Emphasizing the importance

Luftansa mulls starting flights from Armenia’s Gyumri

Luftansa mulls s establishing a hub in Gyumri and considers the possibility of starting flights from Armenia’s second largest city.

The issue was discussed today at a meeting between Armenian Minister of Economy Vahan Kerobyan and Luftansa representatives in Yerevan.

The prospects and ways of cooperation with Lufthansa company were discussed, the priorities of the sphere of tourism for Armenia were emphasized.

Large-scale construction under way at Gyumri’s Shirak Airport

Large-scale construction is under way at Gyumri’s Shirak Airport. A new arrival hall is being built, complete renovation and repair of the runway is in process.

The old arrival hall of “Shirak” Airport, covering 400 sq. meters, did not comply with the standards, causing problems for passengers.

An expanding arrival hall will cover 870 sq. meters, where there will be 8 new Passport Control Service booths, luggage conveyor belt, so that previous inconveniences for passengers will disappear.

The new arrival hall will have enough capacity to serve 1 flight per hour and in case of necessity it will be possible to expand up to 3 times in future.

The actual capacity of “Shirak” Airport is 250,000 passengers per year and will reach up to 700, 000 passengers. The new arrival hall

New Summer Day Camp Launched as Shirvanian Youth Center in Gyumri Marks 5 Year Anniversary

July 11, 2021 marked the fifth anniversary of the grand opening of the Shirvanian Youth Center (SYC) in Gyumri, Armenia.

Over the past five years, the Center has served the kids of the local community through many grassroots projects and programs. The SYC became a reality with the support and generosity of the late Hacob and Mina Shirvanian who championed empowering youth in Armenia and the United States.

Since 2016, the Center has served thousands of youth in Gyumri, which functions both as an educational and cultural hub. The staff at SYC coordinates and executes several free classes for youth in Gyumri. The educational programs include computer/IT, music including instrumental guitar and piano lessons, basketball, Armenian history, English, Russian and Armenian languages, mathematics and art. The Center also serves as the meeting place for Gyumri’s local Homenetmen “Vahan Cheraz” Chapter and in previous years has served as a campground for AYF-WR Youth Corps p

Eduardo Eurnekian signals more large-scale investments in Armenia

Eduardo Eurnekian signals more large-scale investments in Armenia

July 13, 2021 – 13:15 AMT

PanARMENIAN.Net – Acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on Monday, July 12 hosted National Hero of Armenia, Argentinean entrepreneur of Armenian descent, philanthropist Eduardo Eurnekian, who said he is committed to continuing making large-scale investments in Armenia.

“We are investing in different spheres, and we tend to continue to make large-scale investments in Armenia,” Eurnekian said. “We are currently negotiating with a bank. We can see a good growth in tourist flows, and fortunately, we will soon offer a new investment portfolio in the sp

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