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Air Caucasus to offer Competition to Turkish Airlines

Published: August 15, 2013 | 7:45 am
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The Georgian-Singaporean airline Air Caucasus, which has recently established itself on the Georgian market, plans to compete with Turkish Airlines. The company will conduct its first flight to Antalya on August 18, with 80% of the seats having already been sold. One of its co-founders Giorgi Kodua has told TV3 that the airline has entered the market as a regular charter company, and offers passengers the opportunity to book flights personally, avoiding the travel agencies. According to Mr. Kodua, emphasis will be made upon passenger comfort, stability of the service, and taking the customers’ wishes into account. These are the methods which the company will employ to compete with its rivals on the market.
TV3 has attempted to obtain a response from Turkish Airlines with regards to its newest rival on the market, but the airline has declined to comment, citing the local executive director’s absence as the reason.

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