Run by TAV Georgia –a subsidiary of TAV Airports Holding-, Tbilisi Airport will host direct flights from the Estonian capital Tallinn, four times week. This is the first direct flight route between the two capitals.
Estonia’s national carrier Estonian Air will commence flights from Tallinn to Tbilisi on April 9th 2012. First flight will arrive at Tbilisi at 04:05 a.m. and will depart at 04:45 a.m. Estonian Air will have four flights a week and flights will be performed by CRJ type aircrafts. Price of the round trip ticket will start from 228 Euro, offering passengers comfortable and safe flight.
TAV Georgia General Manager Mete Erkal said “Today we’re happy to welcome Estonian Air at Tbilisi Airport and we believe that this first direct flight from Estonia to Georgia will help further improve the relations between the two countries. As TAV Georgia, we strive to provide the best service at our airports, thus creating value for all our stakeholders. With the addition of Estonian Air to our list of business partners, we will be stronger in offering our passengers diverse and quality services”.
With a fleet of 11 modern aircrafts, Estonian Air offers direct flights from the Estonian capital Tallinn to cities across Europe: Amsterdam, Barcelona, Brussels, Copenhagen, Hannover, Helsinki, Kiev, London, Milan, Moscow, Nice, Oslo, Paris, Riga, St. Petersburg, Stockholm, Trondheim, Vilnius, Vienna and Tartu.
Estonian Air has strong links with Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS). It operates frequent flights to SAS hubs in Copenhagen, Oslo, and Stockholm. The Airline boasts “Well connected with SAS” status and the airline’s frequent flyer program is in compliance with the SAS Euro Bonus scheme.
TAV Georgia commenced 2012 successfully, with the entrance of the world’s best, 5 star airline Qatar Airways in February. Except Estonian Air during the upcoming summer season Tbilisi International Airport will also host Alitalia – Italy’s largest airline company and Greek carrier, Aegean Airlines.