“If you want to have a good airport, then prices will be adequate”, TAV Holding president Sani Shener noted. In response to the question whether TAV Georgia’s pricing policy hinders low-cost airlines to enter the Georgian market, the TAV Holding president noted that passengers need good services and these services require corresponding prices.
“If you want to have a very good airport, prices will be commensurate with service quality. Only one tent and runway suffice for low-cost airlines, but experienced passengers, who are mostly tourists, need good services and this is economy”, Sani Shener said.
TAV Holding launched investing in Georgia in 2005. The company has invested more than 180mln USD and built new terminals in Tbilisi and Batumi airports. Under the agreement, TAV will operate in Georgia until 2027. The company plans to continue making investments in Georgia, Sani Shener noted.