MIA Helicopter resumed weekly flights to Tusheti
12 November, 2019
The MIA Border Police helicopter resumed weekly flights to Tusheti to safely transport the population and their belongings during the Autumn-Winter period. The first passengers were transported from the Village of Alvani to the Village of Omalo.
Due to difficult geographic conditions and absence of roads, during 6 months the village is cut off from the rest of Georgia.
Before a vehicle road has been surfaced, the MIA Helicopter will fly to Tusheti regularly, once a week for the needs of the local community and to transport them along the border guards.