Kuwait’s Jazeera Airways Expressed Interest in Georgian Aviation Market
Tuesday, November 28(TBILISI) – The largest private airline of oil-rich Persian Gulf nation Kuwait, Jazeera Airways, is currently in early discussions with Georgian officials about possibly entering the local aviation market, according to an announcement from TAV Georgia, the Turkish-owned company that operates the country’s Tbilisi and Batumi international airports.
Jazeera Airways, which flies 17 different destinations and serves 1.2 million passengers per year, is the second Kuwaiti airline to express interest in the Georgian market.
Wataniya Airways began flying to Tbilisi in July. The airline recently announced plans to increase the number of flights from two to three per week between Georgia and Kuwait City for the winter season.