Named the date of the first flight in four years.
Azimuth Airlines received permission from the Civil Aviation Agency of Georgia to operate charter flights from Russia. The first passenger flight from Moscow to Tbilisi is scheduled for May 19. Departures will be carried out from Vnukovo airport, the ticket price for the next dates will be from 25 thousand rubles one way.
According to Givi Davitashvili, head of the Georgian Civil Aviation Agency, five airlines have applied for flights. All of them will be considered “taking into account the most stringent requirements for compliance with international sanctions.”
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Since May 20, Georgian Airways has also received permission to operate flights to the Russian Federation seven days a week.
Earlier, the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation announced that Russian airlines would operate seven direct flights from Moscow to Tbilisi and back every week.
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