New Georgian startup flyvista has begun operations with a 2X-weekly Tbilisi-Tehran service. It plans to expand services to include Moscow, Kiev, Almaty, Istanbul and Minsk. Flyvista said it sees its market as primarily leisure travelers, with the main aim of increasing traffic to and from Georgia. The airline is a sister company of Dubai-based Aerovista, which acts as the management arm of the Aerovista group, providing aircraft for lease, plus aircraft management and support services. Group ...

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