An Azimuth airline plane flying from Moscow to Tbilisi has been unable to land at Tbilisi International Airport due to bad weather, Report informs referring to Georgian media.
Currently, all flights, including Moscow-Tbilisi, have been redirected to Kutaisi International Airport.
“The plane operating along the Moscow-Tbilisi flight has already landed at Kutaisi airport... We hope that the weather will clear up soon,” the airport noted.
In mid-May, the Russian Federation lifted the ban on direct flights with Georgia, introduced in 2019. The first flight after the ban was lifted on May 19 was made by an Azimuth plane, and on May 20 a Georgian Airways plane flew to Moscow. In mid-July, the Russian airline Red Wings began operating flights.