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S7 and "Ural Airlines" have applied to operate regular flights to Tbilisi

S7 Airlines and "Ural Airlines" asked the Russian aviation authorities permission to perform regular flights to Georgia, follows from the information on the website of the Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviaciya).

There is no regular air traffic between Russia and Georgia now; countries are bounded by charter flights that operate "Ural Airlines" and S7.

As was previously reported, the application for regular flights to Tbilisi also was inquired by UTair and "Aeroflot". In Rosaviation was explained that last week for these companies was issued the permission, but to start flights they will be able only after receiving the response notes from the Georgian Foreign Ministry on the resumption of regular flights between the countries.

Earlier it was reported that regular communication between Georgia and Russia may be resumed. In April 2014 spokesman of TAV Georgia (runs Tbilisi international airport) Katie Okruashvili reported that negotiations between the parties about the resumption of flights had successful results.

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