Date: 4 weeks ago   Category: Transport

Aeroflot fixes hundreds of inquiries on return of tickets to Georgia — Rambler News Service


Aeroflot fixes hundreds of addresses of citizens on return of tickets to Georgia in connection with the ban of the Russian authorities to make air flights to this country since July 8, RNS in the press service of the company reported. "Hundreds of requests for return of tickets come to the company. Our experts processed already more than 850 addresses and are engaged in the others", - RNS in the press service of carrier reported. Passengers are transported on regular flights of Aeroflot, added to the companies. To the passengers having the issued transportation in Tbilisi regardless of a tariff, it is allowed to make full return without penalties. "At the appeal to the company passengers with tickets for July 8 or later date, can postpone without any surcharges or penalties a departure to earlier time, before complete cessation of air traffic. Today the airline has enough free chairs on regular flights for transportation of passengers from Georgia till July 8", - told in the company. On June 21 the President of Russia Vladimir Putin signed the decree on the ban of air transportation of passengers on the territory of Georgia since July 8. Also tour operator it was recommended to suspend sale of permits to the country. Against the background of this situation the Russian airlines began to fix mass delivery of tickets for flights to Georgia, the Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Maxim Akimov said. Earlier, on June 20, in Tbilisi the protest action of many thousands which participants tried to break to the building of parliament of the country took place, Sputnik Georgia reported. Leaders of the leading opposition parties and their supporters, representatives of non-governmental organizations and other residents of the Georgian capital participated in a meeting. On June 21 the second wave of protests with requirements to discharge the Interior Minister Georgy Gakhariya who gave the order to use force at dispersal of protesters began. Protests arose after during the Inter-parliamentary Assembly of Orthodoxy (IPAO) in Tbilisi the deputy of the State Duma and the president of MAP Sergey Gavrilov sat down in a chair of the head of the Georgian parliament. After that the action was broken by local radicals and oppositional politicians.

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