Georgia Airlines


Georgia Flag


Georgian Airways / Airzena

Georgian Airways or Airzena is the flag carrier of the Republic of Georgia. Georgian Airways is a privately owned airline operating services from Georgia to destinations mainly in Europe and Western Asia. Georgian Airways's main base is Tbilisi International Airport.


The air company, Airzena, was established in September 1993. Initially, Airzena 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.

Georgian Airways Fleet (Air Zena) October 2018

Three BOEING 737-700 NG Three EMBRAER 190 One CRJ 200

Georgian Airways destination;

You can fly with Georgian Airways From/To Tbilisi International Airport; Moscow, Batumi, St. Petersburg, Brussel, Cologne, Bologna, Barcelona, Kiev, Yerevan, London, Brussel, Vienna, Berlin, Kazan, Paris, Tel-aviv, Prague, Bratislava, Amsterdam


MYWAY Airlines

Tbilisi Airport based Myway Airlines, started scheduled services in 2018. Myway Airlines is planning to initially launch flights from/to/via Georgia to destinations in Europe, Middle East, and CIS countries. Myway Airlines Current (January-2019) fleet consists of 2 Boeing aircrafts.