Turkey closed the airspace of the low-cost Armenian airline FlyOne Armenia on Saturday without prior notice.
“For reasons incomprehensible to us and for no apparent reason, the Turkish aviation authorities canceled the permission previously granted to FlyOne Armenia airline to operate flights to Europe through Turkish airspace. The Turkish aviation authorities implemented the cancellation without prior notice, putting our airline and our passengers in an uncomfortable situation,” said Aram Ananyan, president of FlyOne.
The two nations are at odds primarily over the 1.5 million people Armenia says were killed in 1915 by the Ottoman Empire, the predecessor of modern Turkey. Armenia claims that this constitutes genocide, a charge denied by Turkey.
Ankara has had no diplomatic or trade ties with Armenia since the 1990s. But in February, a border gate between the neighbors was opened for the first time in 35 years to allow the flow of aid to victims of devastating earthquakes in southern Turkey.
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