Resumption of Regular Flights Delayed until Late July

The resumption of regular flights has been delayed until the end of July. 

"The restriction on the implementation of international regular air traffic has been extended to July 31, 2020," the Civil Aviation Agency informed airlines carrying out regular flights to Georgia. The above does not apply to charter flights, which will still be performed on the basis of special permission. 

Georgia was planning to lift the restriction on air traffic on July 1, however, the date has been postponed. 

On Thursday morning, Natia Turnava, the Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development, said the resumption of regular flights was likely to be delayed until the end of July, depending on the epidemiological situation around the world.

"Most likely, we will have to postpone the resumption of regular flights until the end of July, but charter flights are being carried out even today and so will it be in July. It would not be a responsible decision to open regular flights now,” she said.

By Ana Dumbadze  

Image: Civil Aviation Agency

25 June 2020 16:09