Air Arabia, the Middle East and North Africa’s largest budget carrier, touched down in Batumi, the second largest city of Georgia.
The airline operates two weekly flights to the famed Black Sea port city from its prima
British singer Robbie Williams (left) performs on stage during his concert at the Boris Paichadze National stadium in Tbilisi, Georgia, on May 27.
Showing off his muscular physique in a vest top, he wowed the audience, especially his fe
The UAE-based DP World, a global operator of shipping terminals, will explore investment opportunities in Georgia in the areas of marine terminal, inland terminal, logistics park or economic zone in the country.
This follows discu
Air Arabia, the Middle East and North Africa's largest low-cost carrier, has announced plans to launch seasonal direct flights from Sharjah to Batumi, Georgia.
Flights will operate from July 2 to September 30, with Batumi beco
Green Valley International Real Estate Group, one of UAE’s leading conglomerates specialised in real estate development, investment and holdings, has announced the launch of its Dh500 million ($137 million) project in Tbilisi, Georgia.
Georgia, nestled at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, is quickly becoming one of hottest new holiday destinations among the UAE residents.
Surrounded by the Black Sea on the west, Caucasus Mountains in the north, and deserts to the sou
Sharjah-based budget carrier Air Arabia has announced plans to launch regular direct services to Georgian capital Tbilisi, its 100th global destination, starting from October 28.
The largest city of Georgia, Tbilisi, located in th
Egypt, the world's biggest wheat importer, said on Sunday it was looking to use Georgia's Poti port for shipments of Kazakh wheat once the port is upgraded to receive Panamax ships carrying shipments of 55-60,000 tonnes.
Nomani Nomani, vic
The Bahrain General Organisation of Sea Ports (GOP) has signed a strategic MoU with Georgia for developing mutual co-operation to foster professional maritime training and international certification for seafarers in the Kingdom.
The MoU a
Qatar Airways has postponed the launch date of its new flights to Azerbaijan and Georgia to February, 2012 due to operational reasons.
Originally slated to start operations on November 30, the new daily services to the capital cities of Ba