International flights will resume in Georgia starting February 1, announces Georgian Economy Minister Natia Turnava, stating that all airline companies that have already operated or plan to enter the country's aviation market in the future will be able to operate regular flights.
Next week we will finalise how to ease the entry rules for visitors from different countries", Natia Turnava said.
Turnava said that the Georgian government is taking into account the fact that more and more people are being vaccinated in the world, including countries that are 'attractive to us for tourism, such as Israel, the Persian Gulf countries and the EU countries'.
Therefore, it is expected that in the near future, during the spring season, Georgia will be able to safely host a larger number of tourists, following all the safety rules", said Turnava.
Turnava said that a meeting with tour operators and travel companies is planned to be held next week to jointly discuss how to resume international flights.