Georgian Airways

The Georgian Airways airline was founded in 1993 under the name of Airzena and initially operated charter flights to the United Arab Emirates, Italy, China, Egypt, India, Syria, as well as regular flights to Vienna in Austria. In 1999, Airzena became the national carrier of Georgia and, in 2004, changed its name from Airzena to Georgian Airways.
Since 2010 Georgian Airways has been a member of the IATA (International Air Transport Association). Today Georgian Airways is a private company with a fleet of modern aircraft for medium-haul destinations, providing passenger and cargo air transport.
Georgian Airways. Copyright © / BoneKot / Depositphotos 
Georgian Airways. Copyright © / BoneKot / Depositphotos 
In 2000 the airline modernized its fleet, taking over two BOEING 737-500 aircraft from the German company Hapag-Lloyd. Since 2000 Georgian Airways has renewed its fleet of Soviet aircraft and its flights are operated by BOEING and CRJ aircraft equipped with modern navigation systems and comfortable cabins.
The Georgian Airways fleet consists of::
  • A BOEING 737-700 with 133 seats, of which 12 in business class and 121 in economy class;;
  • A CRJ 200 with 50 seats, of which 6 in business class and 44 in economy class;;
  • A BOEING 737-800 with 180 seats, of which 12 in business class and 168 in economy class..
  • A Boeing 737-800 cargo..
The airline Georgian Airways is based Tbilisi at Tbilisi International Airport.
Text by Alisè Vitri 
Avion Tourism Magazine
Text source: Georgian Airways 
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Georgian Airways. Copyright © / / Depositphotos 
Georgian Airways. Copyright © / / Depositphotos 
IATA Code: A9
Founded: 1993
HUB: Tbilisi
Fleet: BOEING 737-700 e 737-800; CRJ 200
Destinations: Europe, Russia, Israel, Georgia
Georgian Airways Ltd.
Address: Rustaveli avenue 12, Tbilisi 0108, Georgia
Contact: customer support +995 322 111220​​​​​​​

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