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|Founded||1994 (as Airzena)|
|Hubs||Tbilisi International Airport|
|Company slogan||Fly with us|
|Key people||Roman Bokeria, General Director|
The airline Airzena was established in September 1993. Initially, Airzena operated charter flights to the United Arab Emirates, Italy, China, Egypt, India, and Syria, as well as a regularly scheduled flight to Vienna. The company managed to achieve recognition and retain its share in the aviation market during the economically and politically complicated period of the 1990s.
In 1999 Airzena became the flag carrier of Georgia. In August 2004, the company changed its name to Georgian Airways.
In the first half of 2000 the airline's management made a decision to modernise the fleet, and leased two Boeing 737-500 aircraft from Hapag-Lloyd. This was the first case of a Georgian airline operating up-to-date Western equipment.
Georgian Airways is operating services from Georgia to destinations in Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Georgia, Germany, Iran, Israel, Italy, Kazakhstan, Netherlands, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Ukraine, and in the United Kingdom
The Georgian Airways fleet consists of the following aircraft as of June 2019:
The Bombardier Challenger 850 is for government and VIP use only.
The airline fleet previously included the following aircraft:
Georgian Airways has a 7/7 safety rating, the highest level, in AirlineRatings.
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