Georgian Airlines

Georgian Airways is the national airline in Georgia. The company’s history began in September 1994, when the company Airzena began to operate certain air traffic with Tbilisi International Airport as its home airport. In 1997, the company began to operate regular flights according to timetable. In 1999, the company merged with its competitor Air Georgia as Airzena Georgian Airlines. As of 2004, the company uses the current name.

Georgian Airways currently only operates international flights with routes to Paris, Frankfurt, Vienna, Amsterdam, Athens, Kiev, Dubai, Tel-Aviv and Minsk. In addition, the company also operates charter flights.


Fleet Size : 11

Destinations : 12

Iata Code : A9

Icao Code : TGZ

Prefix : 606