According to Civil Aviation Agency, Armenian Airlines will operate seasonal charter flights from Yerevan to Batumi.
According to the agency, the first flight was made by the airline yesterday.
"According to the application submitted to the Civil Aviation Agency of Georgia, the flights Yerevan - Batumi - Yerevan will be operated once a week until June 22 with a frequency of 1 flight per week. From June 22 to September 15, flights will be operated twice a week (both flights on Tuesdays).
The Civil Aviation Agency of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia granted the airline the necessary permit for multiple charter air traffic on June 11 this year, ”the agency said in a statement.
However, the Civil Aviation Agency warns citizens: "Please note that, depending on the epidemiological situation, border restrictions and sanitary requirements are periodically changed by states, which reflects on the decisions of airlines to start, extend or renew air traffic in one direction or another. We urge citizens to be careful when planning their trip, to read carefully the border and sanitary regulations imposed by the destination country, the notices of the airlines, the announcements posted on the official sources and the schedules."