Category Archives: Georgia

Civil Aviation Agency approves winter flight schedule for Georgian airports

During the winter air navigation season, Georgian airports will serve an average of 340 scheduled flights per week, according to the Civil Aviation Agency (CAA) of Georgia.

AZAL’s winter schedule of flights to Georgia’s Tbilisi, Batumi approved

The Georgian Civil Aviation Agency approved the winter flight schedule for 2019-2020.

Six Russian airlines estimate losses from a ban on flights to Georgia at US $ 50 million

Six Russian airlines estimated their losses from the ban on flights to Georgia at US $ 50 million, the Russia’s Vedomosti Newspaper reported with reference to some sources.

Russian airline suffers significant losses after flights ban to Georgia

Ural Airlines, Russia, lost a billion rubles as a result of the cancellation of flights en route Russia – Georgia, Trend reports citing Ria Novosti. This information was provided by Sergey Skuratov, CEO, Ural Airlines.

Georgia to sign air traffic agreement with South Korea

Georgia will sign an agreement on regular air communication with the Republic of Korea, Trend reports citing Georgian media outlets.

Georgia imported Turkmen jet fuel – UPDATE

Georgia imported 100% of aviation fuel purchased in October 2019 from Turkmenistan, Trend, Azerbaijan, reported citing the Oil Products Importers Union, Georgia.

Georgian Airways temporarily stops flights to several destinations

Georgian Airways temporarily stops operating its flights to several destinations or reduces their flight frequency, Georgian Public Television reported.

Passenger traffic increrases at airports in Georgia’s Kutaisi and Batumi, whereas it decreases in Tbilisi

As regards the international airports in Kutaisi and Batumi, Georgia, the number of passengers increased, while at the Tbilisi International Airport, on the contrary, it decreased, the Public Television of Georgia reported.

Ryanair officially enters Georgian civil aviation market

The official ceremony of the entry of the Irish low-cost airline named Ryanair to the Georgian civil aviation market took place at Tbilisi’s Shota Rustaveli International Airport on Friday, according to the Georgian Airports Association.

First flight of Ryanair airline arrives in Georgia’s Kutaisi

The low-cost Irish company Ryanair began to operate, in addition to Tbilisi, direct flights to Kutaisi, Trend reports citing Georgian media outlets.