Portal Onet describes the start of Georgian Airways flights to Europe as bad news for Russians
MOSCOW, June 3 – RIA Novosti. The launch of the Georgian airline Georgian Airways to Europe is an “incomprehensible” and “bad step” for Russians, says In an article of the Polish portal Onet.
As noted in the material, the resumption of air traffic between Russia and Georgia has created new travel opportunities for Russian tourists.
Thus, Tamaz Gaiashvili, the founder of Georgian Airways, said that as of June 15, Russians will be able to fly from Moscow to Milan, Paris, Vienna and other European cities with a connecting flight from Tbilisi. At the same time, the airline soon expanded its list of flights to Europe.
“Expansion of the flight list <…> Bad news over Tbilisi and another surprising step to make travel to Europe easier for Russians.
On May 10, the President of Russia canceled the visa regime with Georgia and lifted the ban on direct flights of Russian airlines to the republic. After a four-year hiatus, the first flight from Moscow landed at Tbilisi Airport on 19 May. The next day, the first Georgian Airways plane flew to Russia. At the end of May, it became known that the airline started transit flights from Moscow to European countries.
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