Georgia's civil aviation authority has completed the inspection of aircraft of Georgian International Airlines.
Inspectors of the Civil Aviation Agency have reportedly carried out the technical inspection in Germany.
Two inspectors of the agency, accompanied by the flight and technical director of the company, were in Saarbrücken for three days in connection with obtaining by Georgian International Airlines of two Fokker 100 aircraft.
Testing confirmed the suitability of the aircraft for flights, Georgian International Arlines said.
Presumably, the aircraft will arrive in Georgia in the first half of September.
Georgian International Airlines (formerly known as EuroLine) is the Georgian airline which operates scheduled and charter passenger services to the cities of Asia and Europe.