Some international airlines started using Georgian airspace instead of Iranian
Some international airlines started using Georgian airspace instead of Iranian

Reportedly, some international airlines have started using Georgian airspace instead of Iran due to developments in the Middle East.

“A much busier northern corridor through Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan in the early hours of 9 January as many airlines reroute around Iraq and Iran”, – reads the information released by Flightradar24.

The map shows that the aircraft actively use Georgian airspace while flying to European destinations.

Major international airlines, including Lufthansa, Air France, Singapore Airlines and Qantas Airways, temporarily refused the use the airspace of Iraq and Iran due to escalated developments in the Middle East.

The Ukraine International Airlines Boeing 737 crashed yesterday, two minutes after taking off from Imam Khomeini International Airport in Tehran, killing all passengers and crew.

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