Thu, 06/07/2012 - 05:39
New Tbilisi-Kutaisi flight service launched
Air Caucasus, a Georgian-Arab company, will start operating, Director of the bankrupt company Sky Georgia Georgy Kodua said, Business Georgia reports.
The new company will have regular flights to CIS, Europe and Asia. It will start the Tbilisi-Kutaisi flight service in October 2012.
The Georgian parliament moved to Kutaisi, so lawmakers will need regular flights. The company decided to carry out daily flights for 12 months as soon as the Kopitnari Airport is launched.
A ticket will cost $25. There will be cheap 50 seats and 50 standard seats plus cargo for various shipments.
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