Georgian International Airlines Asks Russian Air Transport Agency for Letting Perform Charter Flights to Russia

Georgian International Airlines, Georgian airline (the former Euroline), has asked the Russian air transport agency for letting perform charter flights to the Russian Federation.

Referring to Mikheil Karalasvhili, the airline director general, the news portal reports, the company is interested in performing charter flights to Moscow, Sochi, Rostov, Mineral Waters, Samara and Yekaterinburg.

Georgian International Airlines plans to perform the flights from the airports of Tbilisi, Batumi and Kutaisi by airplanes of Sab-340 and Fokker 70, Karalashvili says and adds the airline is ready to start performing the flights if there is corresponding consent of the Russian Federation.

“This will be a significanct step to restore the regular air traffic between Russia and Georgia”, Karalashvili said.

As reported, currently only one Georgia airline – Georgian Airways, has resumed charter flights to Russia.