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Georgia and EU signed a common air space agreement2010-12-03 11:26
The day before, Brussels and Tbilisi signed a common air space agreement. The agreement is expected to come into effect after being ratified by the Georgian parliament and those of EU countries, IA Trend reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
When the agreement comes into effect, European Union air companies will be able to perform direct flights to Georgia from any EU location, while Georgian carriers will fly directly from Georgia to European Union. Moreover, all the restrictions on prices and number of flights per week between Sakartvelo and EU have been removed.
Tbilisi expects this step to enhance the service quality in the field of civil aviation, as well as the Georgian air companies' competitiveness, and promises to provide the meeting of the European Union's security requirements by Georgian transport aviation.