Which airlines will fly to Georgia this winter and from where — the navigation schedule has been approved

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The Georgian Civil Aviation Agency has approved the winter navigation schedule for 2022-2023.

The winter navigation season starts on October 30 and lasts until March 25. The average frequency of flights in winter is 390 flights per week.

41 airlines will operate regular passenger flights from Georgia's international airports: 61 destinations to 31 countries.

Currently, the Agency receives applications for additional regular or seasonal charter flights, information on them will be made public as they are updated.

Approved schedule for Tbilisi International Airport:

Amsterdam (Georgian Airways), Abu Dhabi (Air Arabia Abu Dhabi), Athens (AEGEAN), Almaty (Air Astana), Amman (Jordan Aviation - multiple charter), Ankara (Pegasus), Antalya (Pegasus), Aktau (SCAT Airlines) , Baku (Buta Airways), Bangkok (Thai Air Asia X - multiple charter), Bahrain (Gulf Air), Dusseldorf (Eurowings), Dubai (FlyDubai), Doha (Qatar Airways), Yerevan (Armenia; Flyone Armenia; FlyArna), Vienna (Georgian Airways), Warsaw (LOT Polish Airlines), Tel Aviv (Georgian Airways, Israir; Arkia, El Al), Tehran (Zagros Airlines, Varesh Airlines, Qeshm Airlines, ATA Airlines); Chisinau (Air Moldova), Minsk (Belavia), Munich (Lufthansa), Paris (Georgian Airways, Airfrance), Riyadh (Flynas), Riga (AirBaltic), Istanbul (Turkish Airlines, Pegasus, Anadolujet), Tashkent (Uzbekistan Airways), Frankfurt (Condor, March), Kuwait (Jazeera Airways; Kuwait Airways), Sharjah (Air Arabia), Sharm El Sheikh (Air Cairo), Jeddah (Flynas).

Kutaisi International Airport: Abu Dhabi (Wizz Air), Athens (Wizz Air), Atyrau (FlyArystan), Aktau (FlyArystan), Astana (FlyArystan), Barcelona (Wizz Air), Berlin (Wizz Air), Budapest (Wizz Air), Gdansk (Wizz Air), Dortmund (Wizz Air), Warsaw (Wizz Air), Vilnius (Wizz Air), Vienna (Wizz Air), Wroclaw (Wizz Air), Katowice (Wizz Air), Krakow (Wizz Air), Larnaca (Wizz Air), Milan (Wizz Air), Minsk (Belavia), Memmingen (Wizz Air), Paris (Wizz Air), Prague (Wizz Air), Riga (Wizz Air), Rome (Wizz Air), Thessaloniki (Wizz Air) , Tallinn (Wizz Air).

Batumi International Airport: Tel Aviv (Israir, Arkia, El Al), Minsk (Belavia), Istanbul (Turkish Airlines; Pegasus).

Cargolux and Turkish Cargo will perform scheduled cargo flights.

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Which airlines will fly to Georgia this winter and from where — the navigation schedule has been approved

2022/11/45646-1668067357.jpg
Read: 766     14:00     10 Ноябрь 2022    

The Georgian Civil Aviation Agency has approved the winter navigation schedule for 2022-2023.

The winter navigation season starts on October 30 and lasts until March 25. The average frequency of flights in winter is 390 flights per week.

41 airlines will operate regular passenger flights from Georgia's international airports: 61 destinations to 31 countries.

Currently, the Agency receives applications for additional regular or seasonal charter flights, information on them will be made public as they are updated.

Approved schedule for Tbilisi International Airport:

Amsterdam (Georgian Airways), Abu Dhabi (Air Arabia Abu Dhabi), Athens (AEGEAN), Almaty (Air Astana), Amman (Jordan Aviation - multiple charter), Ankara (Pegasus), Antalya (Pegasus), Aktau (SCAT Airlines) , Baku (Buta Airways), Bangkok (Thai Air Asia X - multiple charter), Bahrain (Gulf Air), Dusseldorf (Eurowings), Dubai (FlyDubai), Doha (Qatar Airways), Yerevan (Armenia; Flyone Armenia; FlyArna), Vienna (Georgian Airways), Warsaw (LOT Polish Airlines), Tel Aviv (Georgian Airways, Israir; Arkia, El Al), Tehran (Zagros Airlines, Varesh Airlines, Qeshm Airlines, ATA Airlines); Chisinau (Air Moldova), Minsk (Belavia), Munich (Lufthansa), Paris (Georgian Airways, Airfrance), Riyadh (Flynas), Riga (AirBaltic), Istanbul (Turkish Airlines, Pegasus, Anadolujet), Tashkent (Uzbekistan Airways), Frankfurt (Condor, March), Kuwait (Jazeera Airways; Kuwait Airways), Sharjah (Air Arabia), Sharm El Sheikh (Air Cairo), Jeddah (Flynas).

Kutaisi International Airport: Abu Dhabi (Wizz Air), Athens (Wizz Air), Atyrau (FlyArystan), Aktau (FlyArystan), Astana (FlyArystan), Barcelona (Wizz Air), Berlin (Wizz Air), Budapest (Wizz Air), Gdansk (Wizz Air), Dortmund (Wizz Air), Warsaw (Wizz Air), Vilnius (Wizz Air), Vienna (Wizz Air), Wroclaw (Wizz Air), Katowice (Wizz Air), Krakow (Wizz Air), Larnaca (Wizz Air), Milan (Wizz Air), Minsk (Belavia), Memmingen (Wizz Air), Paris (Wizz Air), Prague (Wizz Air), Riga (Wizz Air), Rome (Wizz Air), Thessaloniki (Wizz Air) , Tallinn (Wizz Air).

Batumi International Airport: Tel Aviv (Israir, Arkia, El Al), Minsk (Belavia), Istanbul (Turkish Airlines; Pegasus).

Cargolux and Turkish Cargo will perform scheduled cargo flights.

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