Georgia’s Kutaisi International Airport adds seven more new European destinations

Starting September 10, 2019 the Kutaisi International Airport, Georgia, will add seven new aviation destinations. Direct scheduled flights will be operated to Brussels (Belgium), Copenhagen (Denmark), Basel (Switzerland), Eindhoven (Holland), Tallinn (Estonia), Bari (Italy), and Poznan (Poland).

It is noteworthy that at the moment there are no any direct air flights from Georgia to Switzerland, the Kingdom of Denmark, and Estonia.

George Chogovadze, CEO, Georgian Airports Association, said, “In addition to the existing 21 European destinations, one of the best European airlines, Wizz Air, will begin to gradually fly to seven new destinations starting from September 10th. At the Kutaisi International Airport, the airline will begin operating the third in a row modern AIRBUS A 320, which means that new on flights, the crew will be fully staffed by local residents. In addition to creating new jobs, it will also play an important role in attracting new tourist flows from Europe to Georgia, which is one of the most important priorities to develop our economy.”

Recall that at the end of August Wizz Air added two new destinations from Kutaisi International Airport – to Bologna and Cologne.

Flights to Bologna will begin from November 2019 to be operated twice a week, on Tuesdays and Saturdays. And, as regards Cologne, flights from Kutaisi International Airport will begin on July 1, 2020. It has been possible to buy air tickets for these flights since August 23, 2019.

In addition, Wizz Air will launch its already announced flights en route Kutaisi – Nice on December 12, 2019 instead of December 2020. Flights will be operated twice a week, on Thursdays and Sundays. The airline increases the frequency of flights to Milan, and flights from Kutaisi will be operated four times a week (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday).

Recall also that the Irish low-cost airline named Ryanair entered Georgia. Since November, the airline will add Kutaisi – Bologna, Kutaisi – Marseille, and Tbilisi – Milan flights, and from April 2020 Tbilisi – Cologne ones. Ryanair will add 12 new direct destinations by the end of 2020.

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