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Ministry of Transport allowed Georgian Airways to conduct flights up to November2010-05-18 10:54
The Ministry of Transport of Russia allowed Airzena-Georgian Airways [Georgian company] to conduct direct charter flights from end May to early November - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Nino Giorgobani, the spokesperson of the company, said 3-4 flights per week are planned.
Previously Sergey Lavrov, the Foreign Minister of Russia, said he saw no critical obstacles for resumption of air communication with Russia.
"We always satisfy Georgian companies' requests for conducting 40 humanitarian charter flights in holiday periods," he said. "We see no critical obstacles and for opening a regular air communication," Lavrov added.
Direct flights were cancelled in 2006, after increased tension between the countries; partially restored in 2008 and again cancelled after the war in August 2008. In early January Airzena - Georgian Airways conducted first direct charter flights to Moscow after a year and a half's break.