Georgia to launch air taxi service in fall

Georgia to launch air taxi service in fall

PanARMENIAN.Net - Small commercial aircraft will soon carry passengers from and to Georgia’s smaller cities and mountainous areas, Georgia Today cited Adjara Group director Valery Chekheria as saying.

The company has already purchased eight-seat Beechcraft planes from the United States that will carry passengers to the Black Sea city of Batumi and the highland regions of Kazbegi and Svaneti once the company is cleared for an operational license.

No details about pricing have been released by the company.

Adjara Group also said their air taxi services would later incorporate the use of helicopters and planes that can take off from and land at short runways and landing strips, which will enable passengers to get to smaller airports and isolated regions.

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