Civil Aviation Agency says no restrictions are imposed on flights between China and Georgia at this stage

According to the Civil Aviation Agency, flights from China to Georgia will be operated as scheduled.

As InterPressNews was told by the agency, there are no restrictions on flights between China and Georgia at this stage. The reason for the cancellation of two flights was not Coronavirus, but the Chinese New Year.

“All agencies work in a coordinated manner. At this stage, no decision has been made to restrict flights. Two flights were canceled, on January 25 and today, which was related to the Chinese New Year,” the Civil Aviation Agency said.

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