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Fly Georgia Controversies

Published: September 13, 2013 | 11:39 am
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The company Fly Georgia has had its second carrier seized by the international leasing company ILFS. According to reports, the lessor decided to seize the plane due to the airline failing to honour the terms of the leasing agreement and pay the due amount. The airline’s other plane was seized by ILFS in Brussels at the beginning of September for the same reasons. The airline itself continues to talk about artificially constructed obstacles. However, Fly Georgia has been involved in several controversies in recent times. Thus, one of the company’s flights, full of passengers, was recently detained at the Dusseldorf Airport. According to reports, the company owed debts to the airport, therefore not receiving any fuel.

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