Category Archives: Georgian Airways

Georgian Airways to add flights to Athens and Thessaloniki

Georgian Airways is pleased to announce two new flight destinations – Athens and Thessaloniki.

Nonstop flights will be operated twice a week starting on March 26, 2018 with Embraer 190s.

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Georgian Airways to add Cologne/Bonn and Lyon service from Yerevan

Airzena Georgian Airways Boeing 737-790 WL 4L-TGM (msn 33012) AMS (Michael B. Ing). Image: 902827.

Georgian Airways (Tbilisi) has announced two new European routes starting in April from Yerevan.

Twice-weekly service from Yerevan to Lyon will commence on April 19 and twice-weekly Cologne/Bonn service will follow on April 24, 2018 according to Airline Route.

Copyright Photo: Airzena Georgian Airways Boeing 737-790 WL 4L-TGM (msn 33012) AMS (Michael B. Ing). Image: 902827.

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Nordic Aviation Capital delivers an Embraer 190 to Georgian Airways on lease

Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) has announced it has delivered one Embraer E190 (msn 19000085) to Georgian Airways on lease.

Georgian Airways is the privately owned national carrier of Georgia. The airline operates domestic scheduled services from its headquarters in Tbilisi (Tbilisi – Batumi – Tbilisi) and international flights to destinations in Austria, Israel, Russia, Netherlands, Ukraine, London, Armenia and Czech Republic.

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Georgian Airways is able to keep flying to Russia

Georgian Airways (Airzena) (Tbilisi) has won a three-month extension to operate charter flights between Tbilisi and Moscow until late 2011. Air service between the two countries resumed earlier this year.

The resumption follows the 2008 South Ossetia War or Russo-Georgian War. This short war was an armed conflict in August 2008 between Georgia and Russia and separatist governments of South Ossetia and Abkhazia.

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Georgian Airways’ Bombardier CRJ100 4L-GAE crashes in the Congo while operating for the UN, 32 killed

Georgian Airways’ (Airzena Georgian Airways) (Tbilisi) Bombardier CRJ100 (CL-600-2B19) 4L-GAE (msn 7070) while operating for the United Nations (UN) as flight A9 834 from Kisangani to Kinshasa (N’Djili) in the Democratic Republic of Congo with 29 passengers and four crew, crashed while attempting to land in bad weather at Kinshasa (N’Djili) on April 4. The airliner missed the runway and came to a stop off the runway. Only one person survived with serious injuries. The aircraft was destroyed.

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