Turkish Airline returns to Georgian Aviation market
Baku, Azerbaijan, July 4
By Tamilla Mammadova - Trend:
After a one-year pause, the Turkish airline AtlasGlobal returns to the Georgian aviation market, TAV Georgia Deputy General Manager Thea Zakaradze said, Trend reports with reference to website bizzone.info.
According to her, the airline will start operating Istanbul-Tbilisi-Istanbul regular flights from July 16 and will fly seven times a week.
Flights will be operated from the new Istanbul airport.
Atlasglobal (Atlasjet Havacılık A.Ş.) is a Turkish airline operating scheduled and charter passenger flights to Europe and Asia, as well as within Turkey. The airline entered the Georgian market in 2013. AtlasGlobal has left the aviation market of Georgia on since April 26, 2018 due to the changes in flight schedules in the summer season.