Wizz Air returned its second plane to Kutaisi Airport

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Hungarian budget airline Wizz Air returned its second aircraft to Kutaisi Airport, which will allow the resumption of flights to Paris and Tallinn.

Wizz Air took off from Georgia to the capital of Estonia yesterday. This is the first direct scheduled flight from Kutaisi to Tallinn after the pandemic.

The budget airline will fly in this direction twice a week.

Regular flights on the Kutaisi-Paris-Kutaisi route will start operating from August 4. Their frequency is once a week.

In addition, return of the second aircraft based at the Kutaisi International Airport allows increasing the flight frequencies to Athens, Berlin, Barcelona, ​​Riga, Dortmund, Memmingen, Milan, Prague, Thessaloniki and Wroclaw.

"With the increase in passenger numbers, more people will need to be hired. This is a very important step for both the airline and the airport. It's also important for Georgia's economy and in this case, for the Imereti region," said the director of the Georgia Airports Association Tamar Archuadze.

Wizz Air served 255,3 passengers in the first six months of 2022 at the Kutaisi Airport and became the leader of the Georgian aviation market in terms of the number of carried passengers.

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Wizz Air returned its second plane to Kutaisi Airport

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Read: 759     11:00     02 Август 2022    

Hungarian budget airline Wizz Air returned its second aircraft to Kutaisi Airport, which will allow the resumption of flights to Paris and Tallinn.

Wizz Air took off from Georgia to the capital of Estonia yesterday. This is the first direct scheduled flight from Kutaisi to Tallinn after the pandemic.

The budget airline will fly in this direction twice a week.

Regular flights on the Kutaisi-Paris-Kutaisi route will start operating from August 4. Their frequency is once a week.

In addition, return of the second aircraft based at the Kutaisi International Airport allows increasing the flight frequencies to Athens, Berlin, Barcelona, ​​Riga, Dortmund, Memmingen, Milan, Prague, Thessaloniki and Wroclaw.

"With the increase in passenger numbers, more people will need to be hired. This is a very important step for both the airline and the airport. It's also important for Georgia's economy and in this case, for the Imereti region," said the director of the Georgia Airports Association Tamar Archuadze.

Wizz Air served 255,3 passengers in the first six months of 2022 at the Kutaisi Airport and became the leader of the Georgian aviation market in terms of the number of carried passengers.

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