Georgia intends to restore more direct flights to Europe starting November, said Georgian PM Giorgi Gakharia earlier today.
PM Gakharia said the direct flights will be restored gradually in November from both Tbilisi and Kutaisi airports, and that the frequency of already existing flights to Munich and Paris will increase starting at the end of October.
I will not name specific directions today. [The government] has already prepared a draft decision… it will be discussed and in the coming days it will be announced," said Georgian Economy Minister Natia Turnava.
Gakharia noted that after Georgia opens its borders, Georgian citizens arriving home will have to present PCR tests at the airport, after which they will have to go into 12-day self-isolation.
If they will not present a PCR test, they will be placed under quarantine.
Georgia has opened its borders unconditionally for Germany, France, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia so far.