Photo exhibition concerning the International Day of Civil Aviation

On December 7, 2012 concerning the International Day of Civil Aviation a photo exhibition was held in Tbilisi International Airport’s departure hall. 26 Photos reflecting the history of development of Tbilisi Airport were presented at the exposition. The old building of Tbilisi Airport, old canteen, earliest Aerodrome and the first steps made in Georgian aviation… The guests visiting the photo exhibition were able to travel into the world of last century’s airport. “Since 1996, when United Nations General Assembly proclaimed 7 December as International day of civil aviation it is celebrated all over the world. I am glad to be able to congratulate the veteran Georgian aviators attending our exhibition. I also want to pass on good wishes to the whole personnel of TAV Georgia, those devoted people who work night and day to offer the best quality service to Tbilisi and Batumi Airport’s passengers.”- stated TAV Georgia’s general manager Mete Erkal. Georgian Aviation University, Airport’s Library and few private collectors helped TAV Georgia in finding the ancient materials exhibited. In addition to old photos present, the pictures reflecting the brand new terminal of Tbilisi International Airport, constructed by TAV Georgia will also be exhibited.

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