Georgian International Airlines

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Georgian International Airlines
Georgian International Airlines (logo).png
IATA ICAO Callsign
4L GNN GEO-LINE
Founded June 2004
Ceased operations 2014
Operating bases Tbilisi International Airport
Fleet size 2
Headquarters Tbilisi, Georgia
Key people Mikhail Karashvili, MD
Website adjaria.ge

Georgian International Airlines was an airline based in Tbilisi, Georgia.

History[edit]

Georgian International Airlines was founded as EuroLine in June 2004 and launched operations later that year. In February 2010, the EuroLine board of directors held a meeting in which they decided to re-brand to Georgian International Airlines with a new logo, name and livery. The move was to help the airline expand its operations network.[1]

The rebranded Georgian International Airlines planned to start flight operations in August 2013.[2] According to its website, the airline planned to implement direct flights to Islamabad, Moscow, Cologne, Tehran and Baghdad[citation needed] using 4 Fokker 100 and 2 Boeing 737-400.[2] However, as of late October 2013, the airline had yet to take possession of any aircraft while also thinking about buying a used Boeing 767-300ER for long-haul flights.[3]

As of January 2014, the airline still hadn't started operations and announced plans to acquire an Airbus A320-200 formerly operated by Mexicana de Aviación.[4]

Fleet[edit]

As of January 2014, the Georgian International Airlines fleet consisted of the following aircraft:[4]

Georgian International Airlines Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Orders Passengers Notes
Fokker 100 2 100 stored at Saarbrücken Airport

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