“Ural Airlines, which has been carrying out four flights a week from Zhukovsky airport (Moscow) to Tbilisi, began flights daily from May 29”, - said Anzor Kavtiashvili the Russian airline representative in Georgia.
"In connection with the upcoming summer season, Ural Airlines is increasing the frequency of flights to Georgian capital from St. Petersburg and Sochi from two to three a week since mid-June. And the airline plans to add a frequency of flights to Batumi", - stressed A. Kavtiashvili.
He noted that currently the airplanes of the airline fly from Russia to Georgia along eight routes, including from Moscow and St. Petersburg - to Tbilisi and Batumi, from Moscow to Kutaisi, from Sochi to Tbilisi, from Ekaterinburg to Batumi. And last week a new flight was launched - between Krasnodar and Tbilisi.