China's Hualing Group has announced plans to establish an international airline based out of Georgia - MyWay Airlines (MJ, Tbilisi).

During a meeting with Georgian prime minister, Giorgi Kvirikashvili, this past week, the Chinese firm's president, Mi Hua, said Hualing was planning to use a pair of B737-800s and even a B777 to open up flights to Europe and Asia with North America a longterm goal, Mi said.

Hualing has reportedly bought an undisclosed existing airline in China and plans to leverage that carrier's infrastructure to assist in the establishment of the Georgian airline.

Aside from air transport, Hualing reportedly plans to invest several hundred million dollars into other projects including natural gas storage facilities, schools and colleges, hospitals, tea production, and tourism.