Previously known as Airzena, Georgian Airways (A9) is the flag carrier of the Republic of Georgia. It operates from a hub at Tbilisi International Airport (TBS) and has designated Batumi Airport (BUS) and Kutaisi International Airport (KUT) as focus cities. The airline flies to a total of 11 destinations. These include Armenia and Israel, in Asia, and Austria, France, the Netherlands, Russia and the Ukraine in Europe. It has codeshare agreements on some Austrian Airlines (OS) and KLM (KL) routes. Georgian Airways' fleet of seven planes includes one Boeing 737-500, two Boeing 737-700, one Bombardier CRJ100ER and two Bombardier CRJ200LR, as well as one Bombardier Challenger 850 operated on behalf of the government. Its commercial fleet is configured with two cabins: Business Class and Economy Class.