Starting next year, Georgian Airways will have new modern aircraft at its disposal, such as the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

Georgian Airways releases a statement and notes that “the airline’s management, including Tamaz Gaiashvili, is pleased to grant Georgia the status of an EU candidate country, which will be finally decided in the coming days.”
Starting next year, up to 60 weekly flights will be added to Europe.
The management of Georgian Airways, including Tamaz Gaiashvili, is pleased to provide the status of a candidate country to the European Union, which will be decided day by day. In this regard, the airline made a strategic decision for the country - to maximize flights to European destinations, including all capitals, first of all, of course, Brussels.
There have been many new destinations this year, but Georgian Airways is pleased to announce that we will be adding up to 60 weekly flights to Europe from next year.
There will be at least three flights per week to each destination. In addition, Georgian Airways will begin flights to Dubai from the end of this year, and from April next year to China (Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu).
There will be at least three flights per week to these destinations. Indian destinations such as Delhi and Mumbai are also being considered. Georgian Airways management says its top priority is flight safety, naturally, along with a comfortable passenger experience.
All flights to the above destinations will operate during daylight hours only, with rare exceptions.