ABOUT GEORGIAN AIRWAYS
- Founded in 1993
- Airport Location: Georgia
- Owner: Private Owner
- Number of targets: 12
- Objectives: National - International flights
- Member of an alliance: none
- Frequent Flyer Program : none
- Aircraft Types: Boeing 737-700ER, Bombardier CRJ200LR, Embraer 190
- Average age aircraft:-
- Number of aircraft: 6
- Aircraft manufacturer with which the airline Georgian Airways co-operates: Boeing , Embraer
GEORGIAN AIRWAYS FLIGHTS
It was founded in 1993 in Tbilisi under the name Airzena. The airline is Georgia's flag carrier airline. Tbilisi International Airport as a hub. In 2004, Airzena changed name to Georgian Airways.
The airline flew only to Batumi on domestic flights. On the other hand, there are flights from Georgia to Armenia, Austria, Iran, Israel, Holland, Russia, Ukraine, Czech Republic and United Kingdom.
The airline has a codeshare agreement with the following airlines.
|Armenia Air Company||KLM|
GEORGIA AIRWAYS FREQUENT FLYER PROGRAM
Georgian Airways offers a loyalty program to customers who fly too many flights.
When the company has a loyalty program, the information will be updated.
As hand baggage; Umbrellas, walking sticks, handbags, laptop computers, books and 1 free bag from duty free can be carried. The size of the hand baggage should not exceed 55 x 40 x 20 cm and 8 kg. Economy class has 1 piece of hand luggage. Business passengers can carry 2 pieces 8kg. Babies can carry 10kg in a baby basket and baby stroller.
Your baggage may vary depending on the passenger class and flight route. The total size of your baggage must not exceed 158 cm. For baby passengers it should not exceed 115 cm. The baggage allowance for baby passengers is 10 kg, Economy Class 20 kg, Business Class 30 kg. The airline advises you to write your name, address and phone number on your baggage to prevent any baggage loss.
Ski equipment, bicycles and golf equipment are not included in the free baggage allowance. You have to pay for the airline to carry such goods. Please consult your airline before departure.