Ryanair Expects Government to Lift Restrictions on Flights to Georgia
Irish low-budget airline Ryanair considers the renewal of flights in Georgia when the restrictions will be lifted by the Georgian government.
"The resumption of operating in Georgia depends on the lifting of restrictions imposed by the government.", is written in the statement of Ryanair.
Along with this, Ryanair points out, that they already resumed flights in Europe from July 1st. The air company launched 1000 flights for one day.
We would like to remind you, that Irish airline enter Georgia last year. The airline operated the flights from Tbilisi and Kutaisi International Airports to Marseille, Bologna, and Milan.
Asked whether the air traffic will be opened from August 2020, the minister of finances says that there is no particular answer for that.