Volgograd, May 16 – the News Agency reported in a statement to the News Agency that the first flight from Moscow to Tbilisi of the Russian company “Azimuth” will take off on May 19, and then the flights will be daily. call- “Azimuth” center.
The day before, the Georgian aviation authorities had issued permits for flights from Moscow to Tbilisi to the Russian airline Azimuth, and also stated that they were considering applications from several other airlines, including Georgian Airlines. Later on Monday, Aviasales reported to the News Agency that Azimuth’s flights from Moscow to Tbilisi had appeared in the sales system, and tickets were available for purchase from May 19.
“The Moscow-Tbilisi flight will be on May 19 at 8.50,” the source said. call-Azimuth Center, specifying that this will be the first flight to Georgia from Moscow.
According to the agency’s spokesman, daily flights will be carried out to Tbilisi.
When buying a ticket for the Moscow-Tbilisi flight on May 19 through the airline’s website, the “flexible” fare costs more than 23 thousand rubles.
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