KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will launch scheduled services to the Georgian
capital Tbilisi on June 15, 2004. The roundtrip services will be operated
thrice weekly, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, with Boeing 737-900
aircraft. This aircraft seats around 180 passengers in KLM two-class
Georgia is a republic in the Caucasus, with a population of 5.2 million. The
country has recently undergone constructive political and economic
development, fuelling demand for transport to and from the region, which
will now be linked to KLM and partners’ global network via Amsterdam Airport
Passengers can connect via Amsterdam to the new Tbilisi service from KLM’s
15 UK airports (London Heathrow, London City, Southampton, Cardiff, Bristol,
Norwich, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds-Bradford, Teesside, Humberside,
Newcastle, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen).
Flight schedules and fares for the new services are available online at
www.klm.com or by calling 08705 074 074.