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Batumi Airport flights resumed
11:30 27.04.2012
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All the flights from Batumi international airport had been suspended for two days and now they are restored again.

As Batumi airport reported to “Internet.ge”, flights in direction Tbilisi-Batumi and Batumi-Kiev have been already carried out today.

We will recall you that, the flights were canceled for two days due to heavy fog. 

Turkish Airlines took their passengers, who had already purchased tickets for Istanbul flight, from Batumi to Tbilisi on their own expenses. Passengers were able to fly from Tbilisi international airport.

Internet.ge

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