BAKU, Azerbaijan, April 12. Turkish Cargo, which operates with the fleet of Turkish Airlines, remained the leading cargo carrier in Georgia in the first quarter of 2022, Trend reports via Georgian media.
According to the Civil Aviation Agency of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia, Turkish Cargo transported 1.01 million tons of cargo from January through March 2022.
Cargolux, the air carrier from Luxembourg, which carried 562,270 tons of cargo through Tbilisi Airport, ranked second among main cargo carriers in the reporting period of 2022.
Continental Airlines, the US air carrier, ranked third among main freight carriers in Georgia’s Tbilisi Airport in the first quarter of 2022.
Meanwhile, Georgian Airways Cargo ranked fourth with 317,702 tons of cargo transported through Tbilisi Airport during the reporting period of 2022.
Another Georgia’s carrier, Georgian Airlines, which is new on the freight market, ranked fifth with 161,123 tons of cargo transported through Tbilisi Airport in the first quarter of 2022.
Meanwhile, the total volume of cargo transported through Georgia’s Tbilisi Airport from January through March 2022 increased by 3 percent, compared to 4.3 million tons over the same month of 2021, to 4.4 million tons.
Currently, the only Georgian airport that serves cargo flights is Tbilisi Airport.
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