The EU and Georgia signed a comprehensive air services agreement establishing a Common Aviation Area between Georgia and the EU. There will be full liberalization of respective market access and Georgia will harmonize its legislation with European standards and implement EU aviation rules in areas such as safety, security, environment, consumer protection, air traffic management, economic regulation, competition issues and social aspects. There are direct flights between Georgia and nine ...

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