Our History

The history of Georgian Airways goes back to 1993 when 3 pilots decided to create the air company, "Georgian Airways". Initially, Georgian Airways operated charter flights to the united arab emirates, Italy, China, Egypt, India, Syria, as well as regular flights to Vienna, Austria. In 1999 Airzena became the flag carrier of Georgia. In august 2004, the company changed its name from Airzena to Georgian Airways. In the first half of 2000 the air company's management made a decision to modernize the fleet, and leased two BOEING737-500 aircraft from the German company, Hapag-Lloyd

Today, "Georgian Airways" is fully privatized, with a fleet of modern medium-haul BOEING 737 and CRJ aircraft. The focus of the airline is to provide safe and reliable passenger and cargo air transportation with great customer service. The company is based at Tbilisi International Airport. Davit Gaiashvili is the general director of Georgian Airways.


Our Partners

One of the priorities of the company is to build partnerships with the major air companies throughout the world. Georgian Airways has concluded an Interline Agreement with 13 major airlines. This kind of partnership makes traveling easier for our passengers and helps them to reach any destination worldwide.  AIR ASTANA, AIR FRANCE, DELTA, KLM, AUSTRIAN AIRLINES, HAHN AIR, Air Dilijans. We Are Also Proud To Be Close Partners to Boeing, Bombardier, Embraer, Lufthansa Technik, IATA, ICAO, EASA, SITA, Amadeus, Sabre, Sirena and Many Other Organizations. We Believe That Through These Partnerships We Are Constantly Enhancing and Widening our Services to The Benefit of Our Passengers.