Media: Saakashvili was deported to Poland on a charter flight which cost 8,000 euros
The Polish charter plane that carried the ex-President of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili to Poland cost 8,000 euro, as reported by journalists from the TV program, Schemes.
It is said that the rented Hawker Beechcraft Premier 1A airplane, with the onboard number SP-RDW, flew out at 16:33 on February 12th from the Boryspil airport to Warsaw. The plane is registered in Poland and belongs to Jet Story airline.
Journalists found that the Ukrainian company, Sky Handling, helped to organize this flight in Ukraine.
Jet Story, a Polish company, confirmed the information, "We cooperate with this company in Ukraine. They specialize in technical nuances.”
It is reported that the Polish company that rented the plane to transport Saakashvili refused to answer the question of who paid for the flight.
Schemes discovered that the company offers its customers flights on such an aircraft from Kyiv to Warsaw for 8,000 euros.
Jet Story, in response to a request from the program’s reporters, responded that the aircraft would be available next week, after maintenance and that the cost of the flight is 8,000 euro.
As it’s known, at about 15:00 on February 12th Saakashvili was arrested in a restaurant in the capital.
Later, the State Border Guard Service reported that they had deported Mikheil Saakashvili, the leader of the Movement of New Forces party, to Poland.