Korean Air, the largest airline of South Korea, starts operating at Tbilisi International Airport.
”Korean Air starts operating with two tourist charter flights, although having negotiations with the company predicts regular flights from Tbilisi to Seoul. I hope we will come to agreement and they will find a resource to operate regularly. There are quite a lot Asian directions available from Tbilisi International Airport, but Korea is a new and very interesting market for us, as well as China,”- Mrs. Tea Zakaradze, Deputy General Manager of TAV Georgia said.
Korean Air is the national and largest airline of South Korea, one of four air carriers-founders of the SkyTeam Global Aviation Passenger Transportation Alliance.
Korean Air is among the top twenty of the world’s leading airlines in terms of passengers transported, as it has an air route network on international flights to 128 cities in 45 countries. The main hubs of this air carrier include two international airports of Seoul – Incheon and Gimpo.