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Indigo airline launches Tbilisi-Delhi flights

Indigo, a major Indian budget airline, has launched direct flights linking Delhi with Tbilisi International Airport.

TAV Georgia, the company operating Tbilisi and Batumi airports, announced the news on Wednesday, noting 186 passengers had boarded the company’s first flight.

The Indian airline will operate three weekly flights between the two locations.

Irakli Karkashadze, the Director of the United Airports of Georgia, said the airports body had “successfully concluded the long, five-year, rather tense negotiations” with the airline to start operations in Georgia.

He said the body was in “intensive negotiations” with the company to increase the frequency of the flights up to daily operations “in the near future”.

Karkashadze added flights to Deli represented a “completely new” tourist market for Georgia that would “certainly contribute” to the development of the sector in the country.


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