The Ryanair airline will reduce flights from Italy to Georgia, the airline said on its official website.
“Amid the coronavirus outbreak and at the request of Georgian airports, we are suspending some flights from Italy to Georgia. All customers affected by the change have been notified about the offer to fully refund or change their travel date,” the airline said in a statement.
Ryanair said Milan-Tbilisi flights will be performed until March 7, while the number of the flights will be reduced to two, from March 8 to April 7.
Bologna-Kutaisi flights will be carried out until March 7, while the flights will be suspended from March 8 to April 7.
Some restrictions will be imposed on the flights from Italy to Joran, Israel, Czech Republic and Montenegro.