Tbilisi-Moscow flights uncertain
Author: Liene Veide
Russian Transport Ministry is still considering Airzena’s appeal to resume regular Tbilisi-Moscow flights from Jan. 5.
Airzena Press Service Head Nino Giorgobiani told Georgia Today that they still don't have an answer from Russia and most probably an official statement will be given tomorrow.
Airzena performed its last flight to Moscow on August 8, 2008.
Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Nino Kalandadze has pointed out that negotiations to restore flights between Russia and Georgia are not held on a state level.
23 December Wed 2009, 17:37:11