Regular international flights will not resume in Georgia until August 31, the Georgian Civil Aviation Agency has announced, however Paris, Riga and Munich will be exceptions.
Tbilisi-Paris, Tbilisi-Munich and Tbilisi-Riga flights are scheduled to resume in August.
Air France will carry out two flights a week starting from early August from Paris Charles de Gaulle and Tbilisi International Airports and German airline Lufthansa will carry out flights two times a week, linking Tbilisi to Munich.
As for Tbilisi-Riga flights, Economy Minister Natia Turnava said that Georgia was negotiating with airBaltic to resume Tbilisi-Riga flights as well.
In addition, Georgia remains on the European Union’s updated list of countries for which travel restrictions should be lifted. (Agenda/Business World Magazine)