Iranian Zagros Airlines and Qeshm Airlines are resuming Tehran-Tbilisi-Tehran flights, connecting the capital cities of Georgia and Iran starting this month, the Georgian Civil Aviation Agency announced.
Zagros Airlines will operate flights between Tbilisi and Tehran twice a week from November 1, while Qeshm Airlines will carry out flights two times a week until November 15, 2021, and four times a week after November 15.
Khaju Bridge is one of the most famous bridges in Iran. As well as being a bridge and weir, this bridge functions as a building and a place for public meetings. Photo: Nata Amaglobeli/Agenda.ge.
The Georgian Civil Aviation Agency reports that Qeshm Airlines will consider switching to day-to-day operations during the off-season.
Georgia suspended direct flights with Iran after a coronavirus outbreak in February 2020.