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|Destination Airport IATA Code||EVN|
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If you are planning to fly from New York to Erewan, Armenia, you will probably be departing from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), which handles most international flights from the city. JFK is located in Queens, about 12 miles from Lower Manhattan. You can reach the airport by bus, taxi or Airtrain, which connects to the subway and Long Island Railroad. A flight from New York to Erewan, which usually includes one stopover, takes a little over 14 hours.
Erewan, also spelled Yerevan, is a very old city with many historical attractions, such as Matenadaran, also known as the Museum of Ancient Manuscripts, and Republic Square, which was called Lenin Square during the Soviet era. Visitors to Armenia's capital city also enjoy exploring Mount Arragats in the Caucasian Mountains, which offers beautiful landscapes throughout the year.
When you fly from New York to Eriwan, you will be arriving at Zvartnots International Airport (EVN), which is about seven miles from the capital city. Taxis and city buses are available to take you from the airport to your destination in the city. The climate in Eriwan is hot and dry in the summer and cold and snowy in the winter and features average January highs of 33 degrees and July highs of 93 degrees.
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