EU and Georgia signed a comprehensive air services agreement that will "open up and integrate the respective markets, strengthen cooperation and offer new opportunities for consumers and operators" and transition to open skies within two years. The EC said passenger traffic between the EU and Georgia has increased by an average of 10% per year over the past five years. There currently are direct flights to Georgia from nine EU nations.
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