FlyArystan to Launch Flights to Georgia
Minister of Economy of Georgia Natia Turnava has met with Vice Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Jenis Kassimbek.
Kazakh low-cost airline FlyArystan plans to launch flights from Kazakhstan to Georgia, Economy Minister Natia Turnava noted.
“We expect this low-cost Kazakh airline to launch flights to Georgia in the near future”, Turnava said after her meeting with Vice Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Jenis Kassimbek.
Georgia is interested to expand the workload of Kutaisi International Airport, which provides low-cost services.
The meeting was also attended by Aleksandre Khvtisiashvili, Deputy Foreign Minister, David Saganelidze, executive director of Partnership Fund and Giorgi Dugladze, head of National Property Management Agency.
At this stage, another Kazakh airline Air Astana operates in Georgia and the third airline Qazaq Air obtained an international flights license in February 2019.
At this stage, Fly Arystan owns 4 Airbus airplanes, but plans to increase the quantity to 15 airplanes by 2022.