Irish low-budget company Ryanair, probably, will operate in Georgia.
As Natia Turnava, the minister of Economy and Sustainable Development stated with the journalists, the negotiations are on the last phase and in the near future, society will know the matters of this positive newness.
According to the director of United Airports of Georgia, Giorgi Chogovadze, the negotiations were held on the matters of flights made from Tbilisi and Kutaisi Airports.
Ryanair is established in 1984, in Dublin. Today, the airway operates globally and has 13 000 employees.