Georgia extends ban on international flights

Georgia extends ban on international flights

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Georgia extends ban on regular flights until January 1

In early November, the Georgian government decided to tighten quarantine. In particular, they introduced a mandatory mask regime in public places and on the street.

The Civil Aviation Agency of Georgia has extended the ban on international flights. It will be valid until January 1, 2021. On Wednesday, November 18, avianews reports.

“The restrictions imposed on international regular flights have been extended and are valid until January 1 of the next year inclusive,” the message says.

The restriction will not apply to direct international flights between Tbilisi International Airport and the airports of Munich, Paris, Riga, Doha, Warsaw, Athens, Amsterdam, Vienna, Berlin and Milan.

The ban will also not apply to direct flights between Kutaisi International Airport and the airports of Riga, Katowice, Vilnius and Dortmund.

Note that Georgia introduced a ban on international flights in March.

Georgia restored direct regular flights with Germany, Latvia and France in August. Lufthansa, Air France and Air Baltic operate flights to the Georgian capital.

As a reminder, the Georgian authorities have introduced a curfew in large cities since November 9 due to the increase in the incidence of coronavirus.

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