Tag: Georgia

Rail link planned to Georgian deep-water port Anaklia

Georgia is planning to construct 18 km rail line to projected deep-water port Anaklia. The first trains will run in 2019.

Four Countries To Develop The Europe-Caucasus Cargo Corridor

The heads of the railways of Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, and Romania have signed a memorandum on development of transportation of transit cargo through the Europe-Asia corridor.

Yanair To Resume Regular Flights On Odesa-Batumi Route

The Yanair airline (Zhytomyr) will resume regular flights on the Odesa-Batumi route on 5 June.

Yanair To Suspend Flights To Batumi And Launch Kyiv-Riga Flights

The Yanair airline will suspend flights from Kyiv to Batumi in April and launch flights from Kyiv to Riga on 20 May.

Ukrzaliznytsia Asks Georgia And Azerbaijan To Lower Transit Rates By 50%

Ukraine will lose 1 million tons of cargo if it fails to find a route to Central Asia that bypasses Russia. To increase the attractiveness of the Ukraine-Central Asia-China bypass route, ways of reducing its cost and accelerate it are being considered.

First Cargo Train from China Arrived In Georgia

The Georgian railway has received its first cargo train from China and has officially launched the Silk Road Project. The project will connect Europe, Eastern Asia, India, Central Asia and the Middle East

Georgian Airways To Launch Flights From Kiev To Tbilisi And Batumi

Georgian Airways will begin the new winter flying season with flights from the Kiev (Zhuliany) airport to Batumi and Tbilisi on 2 November.

UIA To Launch Regular Kharkov-Kutaisi Flights On 18 December

Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) will launch regular flights between Kharkov and Kutaisi (Georgia) on 18 December.

Ukrferry Increasing Capacity Of Ukraine-Georgia Ferry Line

The Ukrferry shipping company has announced the increase of the number of regular ferry services on the Ilyichevsk-Batumi ferry line.

Dniproavia Launches Flights To Georgia And Bulgaria

Information about the frequency of the flights is currently unavailable.

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