Chartered flights to link Georgia's Batumi with Moscow

14:34, June 18, 2011      

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The Georgian carrier Airzena on Friday announced a chartered flight linking the Black Sea resort of Batumi with Moscow.

The Batumi-Moscow chartered flight will fly twice a week with a one-way ticket fare set at 193 euros (275.5 U.S. dollars).

Georgia and Russia currently conduct twice-weekly chartered Airzena flights linking their capital cities of Tbilisi and Moscow.

Russia also flies chartered flights from Moscow to Tbilisi twice a week through its own arrangement.

The two countries have not yet resumed commercial flights after the August 2008 conflict in South Ossetia.

Source: Xinhua
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