Flying to Yerevan on board a LOT Polish Airlines not only will relax you, but it will also allow you to read up-to-the-minute newspapers and enjoy our delicious LOT Gourmet meals. We have been awarded the title of Best Airline in Central and Eastern Europe by Business Traveller, which proves that on board our planes you are looked after by qualified crew members.
The newly developed network of direct flights offered by LOT Polish Airlines opens up new possibilities! Now you can go on board, relax and fully concentrate on your destination – one of many LOT's destinations around the world.
Nothing can get you as close to Yerevan's tourist attractions as a LOT Polish Airlines ticket. LOT Polish Airlines offers direct flights from Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) to Yerevan Airport (EVN) every day at 22:25.
LOT Polish Airlines offers various solutions designed to please the passengers for whom time is most important. Quick Passage, Priority Luggage and many more to choose from! Did you know that travelling with a child under 2 entitles you to 90% discount on the child's ticket? See for yourself!
Yerevan is the capital city of Armenia, a country in the South Caucasian region. It is one of the oldest cities in the world. Although in 2014 it is celebrating its 2796th anniversary, it is little known to many, mostly associated with mountainous areas and ancient artefacts. However, the Armenian capital is a modern metropolis of more than 1 million inhabitants and the most important cultural and commercial centre in South Caucasus.
Not only does Yerevan amaze visitors with a staggering amount of historic sites and a long history, but it also offers breathtaking views spreading all around town. This is due to the fact that it sits on the slopes of Small Caucasus, elevated between 950 and 1200 metres above sea level, on the picturesque Razdan river. The city looks out on Mount Ararat - a more than 5,000-metre volcanic massive, currently on Turkish territory, though it had been part of Armenia for a long time. In the Christian and Armenian tradition, Ararat is believed to be a holy mountain - according to the Bible it was there that Noah’s Ark came to rest after the biblical great flood. It is also an Armenian national symbol incorporated into the country’s coat of arms.