Almaty. May 17.
Information Center - Kazakh airline Air Astana resumed regular
Almaty-Batumi-Almaty flights. Flights will be operated three times a week -
every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, Georgian Journal reports.
According to the Minister of Economy and Sustainable
Development, Natia Turnava, Kazakhstan is one of the fastest growing
destinations for Georgian tourism.
We remind you that Kazakh low-cost carrier FlyArystan
also started operating in the beginning of May, adding
three destinations - Aktau-Kutaisi-Aktau, Atyrau-Kutaisi-Atyrau and
Apart from that, Arabian low-cost airline Flynas is going to
resume regular flights to Georgia (to Batumi instead of Tbilisi) on May 17.
From June, regular flights to Batumi will also be operated by LOT Polish
Airlines and Ukraine International Airlines.
We remind you that as a result of the recent reconstruction of Batumi International Airport, its
yearly capacity of passenger traffic has significantly increased - up to 1.2
million passengers a year.