I understand what you are saying but the situation with Armenian aviation is not the way as it used to be when VG
/Delsey started last April.
I'm not sure who Belgian Universal Airways is doing business with at the moment as the fate of Armenian Airlines is uncertain. Moreover, there are two private airlines at the moment in Armenia, Armenian Int'l Airways and ArmAvia, both flying A320s.
Both of these companies are very much interested in Armenian Airlines' European network.
The owners of Armenian Int'l Airways are those who originally started Armenian Airlines EVN-CDG
operations back in 1994, and already have taken the rights of that route and are planning to increase the flights to Paris. This means that Armenian Airlines has no control over the EVN-CDG
route anymore so they are not in position to hold talks on reducing these flights.
This Armenian Int'l Airways wants to take over the EVN-FRA
too and they say they will increase the operations and make a similar deal with Lufthansa as they have now with Air France.
And just yesterday, a second weekly EVN-AMS
So it's interesting to know now who BUA are negotiationg with at the moment. As reported earlier, Armenian Airlines is currently in talks with the two abovementioned private airlines to hand over its operations in the very (I mean, very) near future.