Iranian airline Zagros Airlines is set to increase flights between the capitals of the two countries starting today.
The company will offer daily flights to passengers between Tbilisi and Tehran, following the approval it received from Georgia’s Civilian Aviation Agency earlier this week.
The new frequency marks an increase from the airline’s former twice-a-week schedule.
Flights will be held with the company’s Airbus A320 and McDonnell Douglas MD-80 jets.
Established in Iran in 2005, Zagros Airlines entered the Georgian market in 2016. The company offers flights to five international destinations from Iran.
The airline uses the Mehrabad International Airport in Tehran as one of its two operating bases.