Georgian Airways plans to enlarge its fleet and covey two new Boeing airplanes in 2019, the company director general Givi Davitashvili told BM.Ge.
Currently, the airline owns 8 various airplanes.
The airline has taken decision on the fleet expansion due to growing passenger turnover, Davitashvili noted.
In 2018 the airline served 43.5% more passengers compared to 2017. Namely, the airline transported 560 000 passengers in 2018 and over 390 000 passengers in 2017.
Currently, Georgian Airways controls 11% ratio on the Georgian market. In April the airline will add new destination – Tbilisi-Vilnius-Tbilisi regular flights will be performed three times a week – Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The single ticket price starts from 99 EUR.
Georgian Airways also plans to add new frequencies on several directions: namely, flights from Amsterdam, London and Vienna will be performed three times a week.