Georgia will partly suspend regular air service  until January 1, 2021

Georgia will partly suspend regular air service until January 1, 2021

access_time2020-11-19 16:34:20

The Georgian Aviation Authority has made another correction in the existing active NOTAM, according to which Georgia will  partly suspend  regular air service  until January 1, 2021.

The restriction on the implementation of regular international air traffic has been extended and is valid until December 31, 2020 (31.12.20). The restriction does not apply to direct international flights that end between Tbilisi International Airport (ICAO code UGTB) and the following airports:

Munich (ICAO code EDDM);
Paris (ICAO code LFPG);
Riga (ICAO code EVRA);
Doha (ICAO code OTHH);
Warsaw (ICAO code EPWA);
Athens (ICAO code LGAV);
Amsterdam (ICAO code EHAM);
Vienna (ICAO code LOWW);
Berlin (ICAO code EDDB);
Milan (ICAO code LIME);

It’s worth mentioning that NOTAM (Notice to Airmen) is a message spread through international aviation channels about the operation, service, rules, danger, as well as the condition, changes and maintenance of navigation facilities, the timely knowledge of which is important for flight personnel.

Due to the fact that the situation for the aviation sector in the conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic is difficult to predict, and in the light of the increase in the number of cases of infection in the world, border and sanitary restrictions are still imposed by the states.

Passengers should therefore be careful and carefully read the destination country regulations, airline notices, and official statements and schedules when planning a trip.


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