S7 Airlines started to sell tickets for flights to Georgia


S7 Airlines had completed flights on the routes Moscow — Tbilisi and Moscow — Kutaisi before the air traffic between Russia and Georgia was stopped. The route Moscow — Batumi will be completed for the first time on June 7, 2008 from Moscow airport Domodedovo.

The timetable of S7 Airlines’ flights to Georgia:

RouteFlight numberTime of departureTime of arrivalDays of the weekAirplane typePeriod
Moscow - Tbilisi S7-955 13:05 15:35 1___5_7 B737 30.03.08-25.10.08
Tbilisi - Moscow S7-956 16:35 19:10 1___5_7 B737 30.03.08-25.10.08
Moscow - Kutaisi S7-957 13:35 16:05 ___4___ Tu-154 01.05.08-23.03.08
Moscow - Kutaisi S7-957 13:35 16:05 _____6_ Tu-154 21.06.08-25.10.08
Kutaisi - Moscow S7-958 17:25 20:05 ___4___ Tu-154 01.05.08-23.03.08
Moscow - Kutaisi S7-958 17:25 20:05 _____6_ Tu-154 21.06.08-25.10.08
Moscow - Batumi S7-953 13:05 15:35 _____6_ B737 07.06.08-25.10.08
S7-954 16:35 19:10 _____6_ B737 07.06.08-25.10.08

The timetable is commercial, subject to changes.

For the exact timetable, fares’ application rules and tickets available for a particular flight see the airline’s site www.S7.ru or call (free call within Russia).

S7 Airlines’s office in Tbilisi - ul. Abesadze, 5, telephone: +995 (32) 92-00-21

Open daily from 09:30 to 19:30.

S7 Airlines is Russia’s largest domestic airline and one of the world’s top 50 airlines in this segment.

In 2007 the company received an official notification from the IATA about the inclusion of the airline in the registry of operators of IOSA (IATA Operational Safety Audit) and became Russia’s second airline to successfully pass the full procedure of the international audit for conformity to operating safety standards.

S7 Airlines is one of Russia’s most stable airlines. It actively uses the latest achievements of the industry worldwide in the servicing of passengers and is actively expanding its service.