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flyVista ends operations

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flyVista (Tbilisi), the airline division of Vista Georgia, has ended scheduled passenger operations according to ATW. Their website has gone dark.

The airline was hurt by the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH 17 and the on-going conflict in the eastern part of the Ukraine.

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flyVista was partnering with Aerovista (Dubai), an aircraft leasing, trading and management company, which provided the two Boeing 737-300 aircraft. Aerovista has decided to operate the aircraft elsewhere.

Read the full account from The Rakayat Post: CLICK HERE

The Georgian airline began operations on August 5, 2014.

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Above photo: flyVista.


Bottom Copyright Photo. Bernhard Ross/AirlinersGallery.com. The pictured Boeing 737-33R 4L-AJC (msn 28873) at Frankfurt was leased from Aerovista.

Flyvista launches operations from Tbilisi, Georgia to Tehran, Iran

Flyvista 737-300 4L-AJC (14)(Tail)(Flyvista)(LRW)

Flyvista (Tbilisi) started scheduled passenger operations on August 4 with the pictured Boeing 737-33R 4L-AJC (msn 28873). The first route was twice-weekly service from Tbilisi, Georgia to Tehran, Iran.

Top Copyright Photo: Flyvista.

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Bottom Copyright Photo: Flyvista. Flyvista celebrated its official launch together with TAV Georgia.

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Flyvista receives its first Boeing 737, plans to start operations in August

Flyvista 737-300 4L-AJC (14)(Nose)(Flyvista)(LRW)

Flyvista (Tbilisi) is a new airline in the Republic of Georgia. The airline received its first aircraft, the pictured Boeing 737-33R registered as 4L-AJC (msn 28873), on July 10. It is being leased from GECAS.

The new airline is planning to launch operations in August.

The company describes its plans on its website:

Flyvista, the new Georgian low-cost carrier plans to launch operations in the coming months.

Utilizing a moderately sized fleet of Airbus A320 and Boeing 737 aircraft, the airline intends to offer affordable flights to neighboring countries from its base in the country’s capital, Tbilisi.

Definitive network plans haven’t been disclosed, but several destinations have been highlighted as likely, such as Almaty (Kazakhstan); Baku (Azerbaijan); Istanbul (Turkey); Kiev, (Ukraine); Minsk, (Belarus); Moscow, (Russia); Prague (Czech Republic) and Tehran, (Iran).

Flyvista is a partner of Aerovista, an aircraft leasing, charter and management solutions provider.

Copyright Photo: Flyvista.

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