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Korean Air is Interested in Georgian Aviation Market

South Korean flag carrier Korean Air is interested in Georgian Aviation Market. Representatives of the company held an initial business meeting with the authorities of TAV Georgia at Tbilisi International Airport.

Korean Air was founded in 1962. Nowadays, company operates flights towards 50 countries, 114 different destinations.

About TAV Georgia

TAV Georgia is an affiliated company of TAV Airports Holding. It started its operation in Georgia in 2005 year and will continue its activity until 2027 year as per the agreement in effect. Having received an investment worth over 180 million USD in Georgia, new passenger terminals of Tbilisi and Batumi airport were commissioned in 2007 year. Thanks to multimillion investment made in many different countries, long term experience in airport operations and efficient management TAV Georgia has become one of the most reliable, stable and dynamic company in Georgia.

About TAV Airports

Together with its affiliates and subsidiaries, TAV Airports, one of the world’s leading airport operators, operates Istanbul Atatürk, Ankara Esenboğa, Izmir Adnan Menderes, Milas Bodrum and Alanya Gazipaşa airports in Turkey. Tbilisi and Batumi airports in Georgia, Monastir and Enfidha-Hammamet airports in Tunisia, Skopje and Ohrid airports in Macedonia, Madinah Airport in Saudi Arabia and Zagreb Airport in Croatia are also operated by TAV Airports. The Holding also operates through its subsidiaries in other areas of airport operations including duty-free, food and beverage services, ground services, IT, security and operation services. Within the same context, TAV Airports also operates duty free, food and beverage and other commercial areas at Riga Airport in Latvia.