Russian and Georgian aviation authorities have agreed to temporarily postpone flight regulations between the countries through March 28. According to the Federal Air Transport Agency, Rosaviatsia,  Russian authorities “assume it is possible to issue” Georgian Airways the permission to operate up to 18 scheduled flights per week on Tbilisi-Moscow route, up to 3X-weekly Batumi-Moscow charter services, and 2X-weekly Kutaisi-Moscow service. In January, it was agreed the ...

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