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Transair Georgia was an airline based in Georgia.
In late-September 1993, three Transair Georgia aircraft were destroyed by Abkhazian rebels over the course of three days, leaving a total of 136 people dead. The first aircraft (a Tu-134) went down in the Black Sea whilst on approach to Sukhumi Dranda Airport, the second (a Tu-154, reportedly carrying Georgian troops) went down on the runway at the airport, and the third (another Tu-134) was attacked on the ground with mortar/artillery fire.
|1st aircraft||Tupolev Tu-134||Shootdown|
|2nd aircraft||Tupolev Tu-154||Shootdown|
|3rd aircraft||Tupolev Tu-134||Ground attack|
The Transair Georgia fleet included the following aircraft:
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