Levan Elizabarashvili notes that from October 8 “Pegasus“ launched flights from Istanbul to Moscow andthe passengers can fly from Tbilisi to Moscow for 117 Euro. In addition Elizbarashvili says ''Pegasus” continues to expand and after Kutaisi airport will open two branches in Tbilisi.
"Airzena" expects the flow of passengers will further increase for the elections. According to the company's Director, the United Nations Commission has requested "Airzena" to carry the observers. Iase Zautashvili claims that a number of journalists will arrive in Georgia to cover the elections, it’s about the OSCE observers, that excludes the reduction in the flow of passengers. Georgian representations of "LOT" and "Al- Italia" air companies also rule out a decrease in the number of passengers.