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Turkish Airlines and Pegasus Airlines are launching flights to Georgia

According to the Civil Aviation Agency, Turkish Airlines and Pegasus Airlines are resuming regular flights to Georgia and increasing the frequency of flights. Regular flight schedules are approved.

«From March 1, Turkish Airlines will fly Istanbul-Tbilisi-Istanbul twice a day, and Istanbul-Batumi-Istanbul flights will be operated twice a week, every Wednesday and Saturday. The airline will increase the frequency of multiple charter flights In particular, until February 15, Istanbul-Tbilisi-Istanbul airline flights will be operated 4 times a week, and from February 15 to the end of the month, 7 times a week.

From February 4, Pegasus Airlines went into regular operation. «The airline will initially operate flights 4 times a week, and from February 12 another frequency will be added,» the Civil Aviation Agency wrote.

See the flight schedule of regular and charter flights: http://www.gcaa.ge/geo/tbilisiout.php. According to the agency, the schedule is up to date and may change.

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