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Problems on the Georgian Aviation Market

Published: September 12, 2013 | 11:40 am
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Why did the Georgian aviation market not progress under the previous government? Leading airlines have been speaking about intentional destruction of the local aviation market by the United National Movement. The Director of Air Caucasus Giorgi Kodua has told TV3 that the previous administration did little to support the local players on the market, while at the same time backing foreign companies financially. Mr. Kodua has also talked about an unhealthy environment in the sector, and about companies that were being lobbied by the previous government, Fly Georgia being one such example.
The Director General of Airzena Iase Zautashvili has also stated that the previous government’s ‘open skies policy,’ which opened up the Georgian airspace to every foreign company, destroyed the local aviation sector.

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