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Jazeera Airways adds Tbilisi to its summer network

Posted 1 May 2018 · Add Comment

Jazeera Airways is to launch three weekly flights to Tbilisi, the capital and largest city in Georgia from 13 June 2018.

 “Following our successful launch to Baku last year, we are extending our reach to address a growing travel demand for popular choices outside of the region. Tbilisi is a fascinating city with wonderful architecture and provides a really diverse and unique cultural experience, which travelers from Kuwait will enjoy. Additionally, the new route will open connections from Tbilisi to Kuwait and onwards to Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Dubai and India,” said CEO of Jazeera Airways, Mr. Rohit Ramachandran.

Ideal for all travelers looking to explore short breaks, Jazeera Airways will provide a frequency of three weekly flights scheduled for departure at 14:50 pm and arrival at 18:20 pm in Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport and departure at 19:10 pm with arrival in Kuwait at 20:45 pm.

Visa procedures – Visa free policy for nationals and residents of GCC countries. Furthermore, valid visas from Shengen states, United States of America, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Japan and South Korea are also granted visa free entry into Georgia. For travelers who aren’t in the above category, an e-visa online service is available at www.evisa.gov.ge  with a fee.

Located between Europe and Asia, Tbilisi is an industrial and multicultural city that features many art galleries and renowned artists tourist attractions, including the Memorial history of Georgia, Dancing fountains, Tbilisi Opera and ballet theatre, Freedom Monument, Jumah Mosque, Tbilisi Great Synagogue, Rustaveli Avenue, Narikala Fortress and the Mtatsminda Pantheon.

Head of the Georgian National Tourism Administration, George Chogovadze said: ‘We are delighted to welcome Jazeera Airways to the Georgian market. The GCC region is among our top priority markets and it is the fastest growing market for in-bound tourism. Our team will closely collaborate with Jazeera Airways on joint marketing campaigns to further promote Georgia in Kuwait and the rest of the GCC region.”

Jazeera has appointed Voyager as its general sales agent in Georgia as its partner to promote and sell flights through the Georgian travel trade. 

Mariam Kvrivishvili, general director of Voyager commented, ‘It is an honour and privilege to represent  Jazeera Airways on Georgian market. They have built a great reputation as a low cost champion in Kuwait and the Gulf region, hence I believe this truly is an important step for the development of Georgia’s tourism sector, as well as the promotion of the country’s travel potential across Jazeera Airways’ network. I strongly believe that the partnership between Voyager and Jazeera Airways will develop dynamically and further support the achievement of mutually beneficial goals set forth by both countries.’

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