Category Archives: Georgia

Egyptian Air Cairo to fly to Tbilisi

Air Cairo, the Egyptian airline, will begin operating its regular flights en route Cairo, Egypt – Tbilisi, Georgia – Cairo on November 3, 2017.

Georgian airports served over 2.7 million passengers for Jan – Aug 2017

The Georgian airports served over 2.7 million people on regular and non-scheduled flights in January-August 2017. This figure is by 47.9% more than the same one for last year, the Civil Aviation Agency of Georgia reported. Passenger traffic has increased in all three international airports in Georgia for Jan – Aug 2017.

Wizz Air to fly from Kutaisi to Wroclaw, Poland

Wizz Air, the Hungarian low-cost airline, will start operating its regular flights en route Kutaisi, Georgia –  Wroclaw, the fourth largest city in Poland.

Construction of the second terminal at Kutaisi International Airport begins

An Anagi Company has started construction of a new terminal at Kutaisi International Airport in Georgia. The corresponding agreement was signed on August 31, 2017.

Logistics center to be built at Kutaisi International Airport

Construction of a large logistics center at the Kutaisi International Airport in Georgia will begin in the near future, the Prime Minister George Kvirikashvili said at a meeting with the population in Imereti.

Owner of ELLINAIR has business interests in Georgia

A large Greek holding, Mouzenidis Group, which mainly operates in logistics and transportation, plans to expand its operations in Georgia, said Boris Muzenidis, the president of this holding, and the owner of the ELLINAIR airline at today’s meeting with the Georgian Prime Minister.

Water reservoir is cleaned of jet fuel in Borjomi Gorge of Georgia, where helicopter crashed

Experts of the profile service eliminate the consequences of the helicopter accident in the Borjomi Gorge of Georgia, which resulted in jet fuel spill.

Kutaisi International Airport to acquire new terminal

Since the end of 2017, a new arrival terminal building will start operating at the Kutaisi International Airport in Georgia. As a result, the number of passengers served will almost double.

Minister of Economy of Georgia explains the reasons for problems at airport in Tbilisi

Problems in the operation of the check-in system of the Tbilisi International Airport named after Shota Rustaveli arose due to failures in the SITA system, said George Gakharia, Georgian Economy and Sustainable Development Minister, according to Sputnik-Georgia.

Computer failure disrupted activities of Tbilisi International Airport

The work of the Tbilisi International Airport in Georgia has been partially paralyzed from the night due to a failure in the computer software. In this regard, eight of the 22 flights departed with a delay of three to four hours.