Georgian Airways currently operates four Boeing 737s and two Bombardier aircraft.
The company was founded in 1993 under the name Airzena, and its first flights included destiations in Egypt and China. At the end of the 1990s, the airline became Georgia's flag carrier. The airline received its current name in 2004.
From the hub in Tbilisi, there are direct flights to major European airports, such as Vienna, Paris, Berlin or Amsterdam. In addition, the airline has several code-share agreements with other airlines, such as KLM, Delta Airlines, Air France or Aegean Airlines.