The largest private airline operating in Kuwait, Jazeera Airways, is interested in the Georgian aviation market, announced TAV Georgia, the Turkish-owned company that operates Georgia’s Tbilisi and Batumi international airports.
Representatives of the company held an initial business meeting with the authorities of TAV Georgia at Tbilisi International Airport today.
Jazeera Airways was founded in 2004.
Nowadays, the company operates flights towards 17 different destinations and serves 1.2 million passengers per year.
Meanwhile, another airline company from Kuwait, Wataniya Airways has decided to increase flight frequency to Georgia for the winter aviation season.
As reported earlier, flights on the route Kuwait City-Tbilisi-Kuwait City will be carried out three times a week: on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday.
Wataniya Airways entered the Georgian air market this year. Tbilisi Shota Rustaveli International Airport received the first flight of Kuwait Wataniya Airways on July 11 at 17:00 (Tbilisi time).
Wataniya Airways used to have flights two times a week.