Condor Launches Flights to Georgia

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German-based Condor airline companies will begin routine flight operations to Tbilisi International Airport from May 1, the Georgian Civil Aviation Agency revealed on Thursday.

According to the Agency, the airline company would carry out Frankfurt-Tbilisi-Frankfurt flights two times a week, on Mondays and Fridays, up till October28 It got approval to run in Georgia on April 20 from the nation’s Civil Aviation Agency.

Condor Airlines provides transit flights to around 90 locations in Europe, Africa and North America and runs a fleet of over 50 airplane.

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