Air Malta inaugurated its first scheduled service to the Georgian capital, Tbilisi. The once weekly flight every Thursday will run until the 18th September with the possibility to extend this service further in line with demand.
“This is the first time that the Maltese Airline is operating scheduled services to Georgia. The interest in this market started around a year ago when the airline was looking at growth opportunities to expand its network. This service is expected to open up new tourism markets to Malta and generate around 3,300 customers in both directions during the period of operation” said Air Malta’s Chief Executive Capt. Clifford Chetcuti.
Together with the InterCo Travel Group, the airline’s tour operating partner in Georgia, Air Malta formulated a plan to establish a direct air links between the two countries. The plan is expected to facilitate travel for Georgians to visit the Islands or other European destinations through Air Malta’s European flight network. At the same time Air Malta is now offering the Maltese travelling public a great new destination to visit.
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