“Negotiations are underway with international airlines to resume air travel and regular flights with the 5 EU member states who have unconditionally reopened their borders to Georgia,” the Prime Minister’s Adviser Irakli Chikovani stated today.
Chikovani noted that “an agreement has been reached with Lufthansa to carry out 2 flights a week to Munich starting in August. The government is negotiating with Air Baltic and Air France as well.”
PM’s Adviser emphasized that to ensure the orderly repatriation of Georgian citizens abroad, Wizz Air and MyWay Airlines will carry out flights from the following destinations in July:
Warsaw on July 13
Barcelona on July 15
Rome on July 17
Paris on July 22
Athens on July 28.
According to the Government Administration, the flights above will not cost Georgian citizens more than 200 euro.
The Administration has released the following information:
• Georgian Airways, formerly Airzena, is carrying out commercial charter flights to the following capitals: Vienna, Amsterdam, and Tel Aviv.
• Qatar Airways will, in the next few days, carry out a one-off commercial charter flight from the capital city of Doha, to repatriate 105 Georgian citizens.
The Georgian government has decided to open its borders with Germany, France, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia.