May audit on Armenia LAGs

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Armenian press reports yesterday quoted the head of the country's Civil Aviation Department Artem Movsisyan as saying that the country expects to have its airport security channels audited in May to allow passengers buying duty

free goods to transit on to other European Union airports and keep their duty free liquid purchases without fear of confiscation.

Armenia's main international airport is Yerevan Zvartnots which is operated by Armenia International Airports CJSC management under a 30-year contract and its retail is handled by Armenia Duty Free.

The airport's many carriers serve multiple international destinations, including Paris, Moscow, Kiev, Tehran, Vienna, Dubai and others.


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