Georgian Airways in a nutshell

The former Airzena airline is now the national Georgian airline under a new name. It has its main base at Tbilisi airport, but also operates several flights from Yerevan, Armenia. Gerogian Airways, or Airzena, has long been teetering on the brink of profitability, but the Georgian government has kept the airline "afloat".

The airline currently operates 7 aircraft of Boeing 737, Embraer 190 or smaller CRJ-200 types.

Georgian Airways
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01. 09. 1994

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