Georgia & Israel solve air conflict
Georgia, Tbilisi, Oct. 29 / Trend N.Kirtzkhalia /
Georgia and Israel solved the air conflict. The Georgian National Airlines company and the Israeli Arkiya company held talks in Tel Aviv on Oct.28.
The sides agreed on frequency of the flights, as well as resuming flights in both directions on Oct.29, the Georgian Economic Ministry reported.
Air carriers of both countries decided to sign a new contract, under which the "schedule of flights will be liberal and all restrictions will be lifted." Thus, there will not be the problems with the approval of follow-up flight schedules.
The volume of passenger flights between Israel and Georgia are estimated at 25,000 people per year.
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