Avis Tbilisi

Avis Tbilisi has established a strong track record for providing exceptional service to both corporate and individual clients. Avis serves a number of embassies, major multinationals, wide range of projects and international clients in Georgia as well as a growing number of individual business and tourism visitors.

Service makes the difference at Avis Tbilisi. Country Manager Lela Jandieri explains, “We are used to handling high level business and political leaders and offer the standard of service that they expect. In fact, our services inspire customer loyalty, and many of our individual clients later become corporate clients, sending their whole staff to us. Our specialty is providing Avis’s world-class service along with warm Georgian hospitality.”

Living up to the Avis motto, “We try harder”

Avis provides a full range of services, including meeting clients at Tbilisi’s international airport, where it has an office open around the clock. Avis has a H/Q and rental location at the Courtyard by Marriott hotel in Tbilisi. “We really do try harder, and we always aim to exceed our customers’ expectations,” Lela Jandieri says.

Avis Tbilisi maintains a fleet of new vehicles in tip top condition. The wide choice of vehicles includes economical compacts, hatchbacks, comfortable sedans, four wheel drive vehicles, and mini vans seating eight or 15 passengers. A range of extra services are available, and all customers can benefit from Avis’s global online reservations system as well as from the expertise the global Avis group has developed since it was founded in 1946. Corporate customers can count on additional advantages.

As more and more tourism visitors discover Georgia’s attractions, Avis’s tourism related car hires will grow, Lela Jandieri believes. Describing Georgia as “an undiscovered gem with something for everyone,” she cites the country’s UNESCO World Heritage sites, wellestablished wine industry, beautiful Black Sea coast and rugged mountains as reasons international travellers should put Georgia on their itineraries.

Once Georgia has the infrastructure it needs to fully support tourism growth, the country’s international tourism arrivals will grow rapidly, Lela Jandieri believes. Avis Tbilisi will be ready to serve these visitors along with its corporate clients and executive travellers. She concludes, “We are looking forward to Georgia’s development because it will help our business grow, and in the near future we hope to expand to other locations in Georgia to better serve our customers.”