Starting today domestic flights will resume between Queen Tamar Airport in Mestia, Svaneti region and Ambrolauri airport in Georgia’s Racha region, announces United Airports of Georgia.
Flights will be carried out twice a week in February and March.
Passengers are required to wear facemasks at the terminal as well as on the plane.
Domestic flights have not been suspended between the capital city of Tbilisi and Black Sea resort town of Batumi during the pandemic.
As for international travel, regular flights resumed in Georgia on February 1 and entry rules for Georgian as well as foreign visitors have changed since that day.
Click here to read more about Georgia's new guidelines on international travel.