“Ryanair returned operating in an active mode on July 1. The air company fulfilled 1,000 flights in a day. However, 90% of flights, which have been performed before Covid-19 period, is restored”, Ryanair responded to BM.Ge.
Moreover, the company notes “resumption of operations in Georgia depends on the lifting of restrictions imposed by the Georgian government," the airline said in a written response.
"We expect to serve 4.5 million customers in July. It is important to make 1,000 flights in a day for us, as well as our partner airports and the entire European tourism industry”, said Michael O'Leary Chief Executive Officer of Ryanair.
To remind, Irish airline entered Georgia last year. The airline operated flights from Tbilisi and Kutaisi International Airports to Marseille, Bologna and Milan.
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