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Georgian International Airlines has ceased operations

Georgian International Airlines (formerly EuroLine Airlines) ceased operations in 2014.

Georgian International airlines was initially founded as Euroline Airlines in 2004, which then rebranded into the airline in 2010. The re-branded Georgian International Airlines planned to start operations in 2013 and implement direct flights to Islamabad, Moscow, Cologne, Tehran and Baghdad using a fleet of 4 Fokker 100 and 2 Boeing 737-400 aircraft.

However, by 2013 the airline had still to begin operations, ending with it ceasing in 2014.

Please note that Georgian International Airlines is not to be confused with Georgian Airways, who are a completely separate airline.

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Tbilisi International Airport

Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport (TBS)  is the main international airport in Georgia and was the hub airport for Euroline and subsequently Georgian International Airlines. The airport is located southwest of Georgia's capital Tbilisi.

Euroline had used Tbilisi International as its primary hub since it began flying in 2004 and had planned to continue its operations there as Georgian International Airlines. Currently, Georgian Airways and MyWay Airlines are the only passenger airlines that use Tbilisi International as a hub airport. Air Georgia Express, a cargo airline based in Georgia, also uses the airport as its hub.

Other airlines that fly from and to Tbilisi International Airport include Turkish Airlines, Aeroflot, Air Astana, Armenia Aircompany, Flydubai, Wings of Lebanon, Qatar, YanAir, Georgian Wings and previously Saratov Airlines before it ceased operations.