On May 26, in connection with the country's Independence Day, additional 2-2 flights will be performed in the direction of Mestia and Ambrolauri.
According to the Georgian Airports Association, on Thursday, May 26, in addition to the existing schedule in the direction of Natakhtari-Mestia, another flight will be performed at 13:30, and the flight in the direction of Mestia-Natakhtari - at 15:15.
Also, on May 26, additional flights in the direction of Ambrolauri will be performed according to the following schedule: Natakhtari-Ambrolauri at 16:30, and in the direction of Ambrolauri-Natakhtari at 17:45.
"Various activities are planned in Mestia and Ambrolauri on May 26, in connection with the Independence Day of Georgia. The demand for additional flights was caused by the increased passenger flow,” the Georgian Airports Association explained.
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