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Georgian Airlines (Georgian Airways). Official site.

The airline "Georgian Airways" was established in the year 1993. Another name Airzena. Originally performed charter flights to the United Arab Emirates, China, Italy, Egypt, Syria and India. Regular flights have begun in 1997 year and performed in Vienna (Austria). At that time, we operate the aircraft Ilyushin - 62M.

In 1999 the airline acquired the status of a national carrier of Georgia. In August 5 years later it was renamed Airzena "Georgian Airlines" and often used the Tu-134 planes. And the previous name remains as a short logo on the aircraft. The name change was connected with the fact that the former can not be combined with Georgia, so it was difficult for Western countries recognized the passengers.

At the beginning of 2000, the airline management decided that it was necessary to begin modernization of the air fleet and additionally rent an 2 737-500 aircraft from Germany's Hapag-Lioyd airline. It was she who became the first Georgian airline to use modern aircraft technology. In 2002, the Russian Federation banned the movement of all Georgian airlines to the airspace at night. Because of this, "Georgian Airlines" suffered heavy damage. And in the period from October to November of the following year, her office refused to attend the Vnukovo airport in Russia.

The main type of activity - transportation of goods and passengers. Home base is located in Tbilisi (Tbilisi International Airport). Director General - Iase Zautashvili. Membership in the IATA airline Georgian Airways received in 2010 year. For this purpose it has been previously conducted safety IOSA audit and received their confirmation. Also this year, a new flight - Tbilisi-Moscow-Tbilisi.

Today "Georgian Airlines" - it is completely private airline, which has a modern air fleet - Boeing and 737 of CRJ, namely:

  1. BOEING 737-500 - 1 aircraft;
  2. BOEING 737-700 NG - 1 aircraft;
  3. CRJ 100 - 1 aircraft;
  4. CRJ 200 - 3 aircraft.

As of mid-2015, the airline operates flights on the following routes: Asia - Tel Aviv (Israel), Yerevan (Armenia), Batumi and Tbilisi (Georgia); Europe - Vienna (Austria), Russia, Paris (France), Amsterdam (Netherlands), Moscow, Samara, Vladikavkaz, St. Petersburg (Russia), Odessa (Ukraine).

In April 2011 the aircraft Bombardier CRJ100 Airlines shuttle flight to the Congo, crashed into the ground. 4 29 crew members and passengers were killed.

Basic data of the airline Georgian Airways

  • Country Airlines - Georgia

  • International Airline with Georgia, the past name of the airline - Airzena

  • Year of Appearance: 1994

  • IATA airline code: A9

  • ICAO airline code: TGZ

  • Domestic airline code: ZHG

Georgian Airlines (Georgian Airways). Official site: www.airzena.com

Georgian Airlines (GeorgianAirways). Official site.

Contact details:

  • City telephone number: + 99532252668

  • The mailing address of the airline: Georgia, 0160 Tbilisi, Shartava St. 40,

  • Airline Fax: + 99532940782

  • E-mail Airlines: info@georgian-airways.com

  • Postal address of the Russian representative office: st. Plyushchikha, d.58, Moscow, Russia

  • Phone of the Russian representation: + 74959268664

  • Fax office in Russia: + 74952589307

  • E-mail address of the Russian representative office: ealekseeva@georgian-airways.com

  • Base airport airports are: Tbilisi

  • To the CIS countries flights: Kiev, Baku, Moscow, Minsk

  • International flights: Athens, Amsterdam, Dubai, Vienna, Tel Aviv, Paris, Frankfurt am Main

  • The fleet aircraft are airlines: Boeing737-500, Boeing737-700, BombardierCRJ100 / 200, Bombardier Challenger.

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