TBILISI, DFWatch — British Airways will temporarily cancel its flights to Georgia from April 1, 2013, spokesperson Irakli Gordeli told journalists on Monday.
The airline started flights to Georgia in 2012. Gordeli said they made this decision in the beginning of January, 2013 due to commercial interest, as the company claims flights to Georgia is not profitable.
“We made this decision in the beginning of this months and from April 1 we stop flights to Georgia. The reason is commercial. Tbilisi is not profitable,” he said.