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Charter flights between Moscow and Tbilisi prolonged until April2011-01-06 14:38
According to Georgian media, Sibir (Russia) and AirZena (Georgia) air companies have been authorized to continue charter flights until the end of March, Rosbalt reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Both companies organize so-called parity flights, i.e. each will make four flights per week.
It will be remembered that direct air communication between Russia and Georgia stopped in August 2008 following the start of hostilities launched by Georgia in South Ossetia. Only Georgian Airways carried out charter flights between Tbilisi and Moscow as was authorized by the RF Transport Ministry after the conflict.
Sibir was the first Russian air company that applied to the United Transport Administration of Georgia proposing charter flights between two countries and obtaining permission.