More planes will be flying between Georgian and Turkish skies when another Turkish airline enters the Georgian market.
From September 4 Istanbul-based airline Bora Jet Airlines will operate flights from Turkey’s capital Istanbul to Georgia’s seaside resort town Batumi.
Borajet Airlines, is the single and the first example of “Regional Airlines” in Turkey similar to other elite airlines in the many countries of the world.
Borajet Airlines constantly expands its new fleet with new aircrafts formed of advance technology EMBRAER E-190 type jet aircrafts safely used by 65 airlines company in 45 countries from America to Europe with the highest level of comfort and safety.
With the summer aviation season now in full swing, Georgia is offering more flights into and out of the country.
Local airline Georgian Airways has added two more directions to its existing routes until the end of the 2015 summer season.
Georgian Airways started performing flights to Rostov, Russia twice per week from August 14.
The other new route, between Georgia’s capital Tbilisi and Iraq’s capital Baghdad, also launched in August. The first flight took place on August 8 and operated once per week
Flights between Georgia and Tehran, the capital of Iran, have recently resumed. From August 7 Iranian airline ATA Airlines performed the first Tbilisi-Tehran flight this summer season. This service will operate twice per week for the remainder of summer aviation season.