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Georgian Airways

Georgian Airways
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded 1994 (as Airzena)
Hubs Tbilisi International Airport
Focus cities
Fleet size 7
Destinations 12
Company slogan Fly with us
Headquarters Georgia
Key people Iase Zautashvili, General Director

Georgian Airways (Tbilisi.[1] Its main base is Tbilisi International Airport.[2]


  • History 1
  • Destinations 2
    • Codeshare agreements 2.1
  • Fleet 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


The airline was established and started operations in September 1994 as Airzena, initially operating business and charter flights. Scheduled services were added in 1997. Airzena merged with Air Georgia in November 1999 to form Airzena Georgian Airlines and adopted the current name on 1 October 2004.

In July 2011 Mikhail Bagdasarov, owner of

  • Official website

Media related to at Wikimedia Commons

External links

  1. ^ "Contacts." Georgian Airways. Retrieved on 28 May 2012. "12 RUSTAVELI AVE. 0108 TBILISI, GEORGIA" – Georgian address: "რუსთაველის გამზირი 12 0108 თბილისი, საქართველო.", Russian address: "Грузия, Тбилиси, проспект Руставели 12, 0108"
  2. ^ Flight International 3 April 2007
  3. ^
  4. ^ destinations of Georgian Airways
  5. ^


As of May 2015, the Georgian Airways fleet includes the following aircraft:[5]

Georgian Airways Boeing 737-500


As of April 2013, Georgian Airways maintains codeshare agreements with the following airlines:

Codeshare agreements

Georgian Airways is operating services from Georgia to destinations in Armenia, Austria, France, Israel, the Netherlands and Russia.

Georgian Airways destinations (December 2014)[4]


In 2014, Georgian Airways began operating flights from Tbilisi to Tel Aviv and Moscow.

As of July 2013, the deal has not been finalized due to the declaration of bankruptcy by Armavia. [3]

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