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  • Russia breaks off air links to Georgia amid hostilities


    <P>Russia has reimposed a ban on all flights to Georgia in the wake of an escalating armed conflict between the two nations over South Ossetia. </P> <P>The Russian transport ministry issued an order that air services with Georgia must be halted from 9 August.</P> <P>The two sides had only restored bilateral air links in March after an 18 months break as a result of mounting political tensions. </P> <P>Under the new directive, Aeroflot and S7 Airlines promptly cancelled 10 scheduled weekly flights to the Georgian capital Tbilisi. </P> <P>Their counterparts AirZena Georgian Airways and National Airlines were barred from providing 10 regular services to Moscow.</P> <P>Georgian operator TAM Air has had to abandon plans to begin serving Russian cities Sochi, Rostov-on-Don and MinVody from Tbilisi and Batumi.</P> <P>S7 Airlines is reported to have changed the route plan of its Moscow-Yerevan scheduled flights to bypass Georgia's air space and use that of neighbouring Azerbaijan.</P> <


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  • Russia breaks off air links to Georgia amid hostilities

    News | 11 Aug 2008 10:45 | Tom Zaitsev

    <P>Russia has reimposed a ban on all flights to Georgia in the wake of an escalating armed conflict between the two nations over South Ossetia. </P> <P>The Russian transport ministry issued an order that air services with Georgia must be halted from 9 August.</P> <P>The two sides had only restored bilateral air links in March after an 18 months break as a result of mounting political tensions. </P> <P>Under the new directive, Aeroflot and S7 Airlines promptly cancelled 10 scheduled weekly flights to the Georgian capital Tbilisi. </P> <P>Their counterparts AirZena Georgian Airways and National Airlines were barred from providing 10 regular services to Moscow.</P> <P>Georgian operator TAM Air has had to abandon plans to begin serving Russian cities Sochi, Rostov-on-Don and MinVody from Tbilisi and Batumi.</P> <P>S7 Airlines is reported to have changed the route plan of its Moscow-Yerevan scheduled flights to bypass Georgia's air space and use that of neighbouring Azerbaijan.</P> <http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Russia-breaks-off-air-links-to-Georgia-amid-hostilities-314598/