AirZena has rebranded as Georgian Airways. Visit the Georgian Airwayspage to search for flights on the airline.
AirZena Georgian was the previous name for Georgian Airways, the privately-owned flag carrier of Georgia. The airline is based in Tsibili, connecting this capital city with Europe and Asia. As Airzena, the airline offered flights to Amsterdam, Athens, Frankfurt, Kiev, Moscow, Paris, Prague, Tel Aviv and Vienna, all from Tsibilli.
The airline was founded in 1994, initially offering only charter flights to several destinations across Europe, the Middle East and other parts of Asia. In 1999, the airline merged with Air Georgia ;and became one airline and the national carrier of Georgia. It was officially known as Airzena Georgian Airlines, however, many referred to it simply as Airzena.
The airline offered both Economy Class and Business Class on all flights, with 96 Economy seats and 16 Business seats available on each flight.
In 2004, the airline rebranded completely, dropping the Airzena name and changing to Georgian Airways, which is what it's still known as today.
Arizena Georgian had different baggage policies for carry-on and checked baggage.
Passengers were allowed to bring 1 piece of carry-on baggage. Carry-on baggage couldn't weigh more than 8kg and dimensions couldn't exceed 55 cm x 40 cm x 20 cm including wheels and handles. Passengers were also allowed to bring a personal item such as a handbag or laptop bag.
Airzena Georgian had different baggage policies depending on the fare type and destination to which you were travelling to. The weight limit for checked baggage could range from 20 kg to 30 kg per piece. If baggage exceeds weight limitations, you'll be subject to extra baggage fees.
AirZena Georgian didn't offer any form of in-flight entertainments since the airline only operated short-haul and medium-haul flights.
Find out about AirZena Georgian's check-in policy, including check-in closing and opening times.
Airzena Georgian allowed its passengers to check in through their website 24 hours before the scheduled departure time. Passengers were able to select seats and print out their boarding passes.
AirZena passengers could check in for their Airzena flights at the airport counter. AriZena had different airport check in opening and closing times depending on route you were travelling. Passengers were required to present their travel documents, such as passports or ID Cards.
AirZena Georgian didn't offer a frequent flyer programme.
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Formerly known as Novo Alexeyevka, Tbilisi International Airport is the main international airport in Georgia. The airport is located 17km southeast of the nation's capital and served by airlines such as Turkish Airlines, Aeroflot, Air Astana, Qatar and Saratov Airlines before they ceased flying operations.
At the time that rebranded, Airzena's fleet consisted of three Boeing 737-500 aircraft and two AN-2 aircraft.