The Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development, Natia Turnava, assures that the announced flights will be regular, but the charters will remain as well.
"It will be really regular. Regular flights differ from charter ones, as they can be planned flexibly. The company agrees each charter flight with us. As for the regular flights, they agree once a month and fly on that schedule for the whole month. As for charter flights, they will remain, as we conduct such flights several times a week for students entering the country. Then the university takes care of their quarantine,” Natia Turnava responds to BMG.
Georgia will resume regular flights in 10 more cities from November 1. The relevant amendment has been made to the Government's Resolution on Approval of Isolation and Quarantine Rules on October 19.
According to the document, flights will be resumed from Tbilisi Shota Rustaveli International Airport to the following cities: Doha, Warsaw, Athens, Amsterdam, Vienna, Berlin and Milan.
As for Kutaisi Davit Agmashenebeli International Airport, flights will be renovated to Katowice, Vilnius and Dortmund.
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