Myway Airlines links the capitals of Georgia and Ukraine

Myway Airlines Tbilisi to Kiev Boryspil

Myway Airlines Kiev

A cake cutting ceremony was held on 5 October to celebrate the inaugural flight of Myway Airlines’ new route between Tbilisi and Kiev Boryspil. Among those carrying out the cake cutting honour in the Ukrainian capital were Yevhenii Dykhne, First Deputy CEO of Kiev Boryspil International Airport State Enterprise (left) and Nataliia Sville, Head of Revenue and Network Planning, Myway Airlines (second left). The carrier will initially operate the route twice-weekly.

  • Myway Airlines, a Georgian carrier which began operation in June, launched its latest route on 5 October, with the airline now linking Tbilisi (TBS) with Kiev Boryspil (KBP). The 1,447-kilometre route will initially be flown twice-weekly (Mondays and Fridays), however from 24 October a further weekly rotation (Wednesdays) will be added by the carrier. “Kiev is the second city of choice in Ukraine for Myway Airlines. To me, it’s very symbolic that our company started its regular operations in Ukraine. Flights have been performed to Kharkiv since June of this year from Tbilisi and Batumi airports,” commented Nataliia Sville, Head of Revenue and Network Planning, Myway Airlines at a press conference which was held for the launch of its latest route. The airline initiated flights to Kharkiv from Tbilisi on 12 June, while Batumi flights were added the following day. Along with these routes, the airline also operates flights between Tbilisi and Tel Aviv on a three times weekly basis, while it also performs numerous charters from the Georgian capital. Competition on the route between Tbilisi and Boryspil comes from Ukraine International Airlines (twice-daily) and Georgian Airways (six times weekly). Presently Myway Airlines operates a fleet of two 737-800s. See how Kiev Boryspil Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.


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