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New Asian Airlines in Georgia

Published: August 7, 2013 | 9:58 am
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There has been a recent increase in the number of Asian airline companies operating in Georgia, which include Iraqi Airways, Al-Naser Airlines and Israir Airlines, conducting regular and chartered flights to Baghdad, Basra, Najaf and Jerusalem. A spokesman at the Tbilisi International Airport operating company TAV-Georgia has told TV3 that flights to the aforementioned destinations will be conducted from the airport several times each week. Furthermore, another new airline will be conducting flights from Tbilisi from August. Air Caucasus will be operating a route between Tbilisi and Singapore. The new airline’s presentation took place in the Pirimze Plaza, where cooperation agreements were signed by the company with various travel agencies. A company representative has told TV3 that establishing itself on the Georgian market is very important for the airline. Air Caucasus is a Georgian-Singaporean airline which was founded in May 2012. At this time, 27 different airlines are operating in Georgia.

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