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Unfortunately, in 2014 Air Caucasus ceased flying operations.

Can we please suggest these Alternative Airlines who fly similar routes to Air Caucasus:

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About Air Caucasus

Air Caucasus was a Georgian airline based in Tbilisi International Airport. It was founded in 2012 and began operations in 2013, with regular scheduled flights to international destinations.

It ceased operations in 2014, due to being out of business.


Air Caucasus Fleet

Air Caucasus’s fleet consisted of 2 planes of the following aircraft:

McDonnell Douglas MD-83


Class Fares

Air Caucasus has ceased operations. When the airline was operating, comfortable standard seating was available.


Air Caucasus Destinations

Georgia

Tbilisi

Kazakhstan

Aktau

Israel

Tel Aviv

Iraq

Baghdad

Erbil

Iran

Tehran

Ukraine

Kiev



Air Caucasus Hub Airport

Tbilisi International Airport

Tbilisi International Airport, officially Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport, is a major international airport in Georgia. It was first constructed in 1952, with reconstruction taking place since, taking its passenger airport to 3.1 million passengers in 2017.

Although Tbilisi International Aiport was the airport hub for Air Caucasus, it is currently the hub airport for Georgian Airways (Previously known as AirZena Georgian) and MyWay Airlines. Other airlines also fly to this airport including Pobeda, S7 Airlines, Ural Airlines and previously Saratov Airlines before they ceased operations in 2018.

Tbilisi Airport