According to the Civil Aviation Agency, Wizz Air" still leads the Georgian aviation market with the number of transported passengers in 2019. The share of low-budget airlines reached 16% last year, while in 2018 its market share was 12%. "Turkish Airlines" is on the second place with 11% share, while the Georgian Airways is on the third place with 10%.
The Top-10 of Air Companies by number of transported passengers:
1. Wizz Air - 825 290 passengers (16%);
2. Turkish Airlines Airline - 572 181 passengers (11%);
3. Georgian Airways Airline - 500 482 passengers (10%);
4. Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) - 207 588 passengers (4%);
5. Fly Dubai Airline - 204 364 passengers (4%);
6. Ural Airlines Airline - 190 341 passengers (4%);
7. Pegasus Airline - 180 761 passengers (4%);
8. Pobeda Airlines Airline - 180 684 passengers (4%);
9. SkyUp Airlines Airline - 156 186 passengers (3%);
10. Air Arabia Airline - 144 216 passengers (3%);
Percentage ratio between Georgian and foreign airlines is as follows: 11% - Georgian Airlines (565 779 passengers) and 89% - Foreign Airlines (4 546 253 passengers).
As a result of regular and multiple charter flights, 5 112 032 passengers were transported in 2019. Including single charters, Georgia Airports served a total of 5 209 505 passengers last year.
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