Georgian Airways, formerly Airzena, is the privately-owned flag carrier of Georgia, with its headquarters in Tbilisi. Its main base is Tbilisi International Airport. The company filed for bankruptcy on December 31, 2021, linked to a restructuring procedure and it has been for sale since January 2022.
Georgian Airways, included in Ukrainian sanctions lists, has increased the number of flights to Moscow.
Georgia Airways founder Tamaz Gayashvili welcomes Russia's decision to start direct flights between the Sahara. In particular, yesterday, Russian President Vladimir Putin canceled the decision to ban direct flights with Georgia. Putin's decree entered into force immediately after signing. Gaishvili, whose company operated Tbilisi-Moscow flights before the air embargo, does not rule out the resumption of flights, although he adds that it will take some time to obtain permission for flights and frequencies.
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