Ministry of Economy and Wizz Air intend to develop joint employment programs for Georgian citizens

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Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia and the Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air plan to develop joint programs to promote the employment of Georgian citizens of Georgia in the airline, the press service of the department reports.

The issue was discussed during the working visit of the Head of the Ministry of Economy Levan Davitashvili to Hungary.

"Joint projects will be developed that, on the one hand, will contribute to the development of professional education in the Georgian aviation industry, and on the other hand, will give Georgian citizens the opportunity to find a job in such large airlines as Wizz Air", the message says.

The agency noted that Wizz Air is one of the largest employers in the global aviation industry.

During the meeting with the management of the low-cost airline, Davitashvili spoke about the situation on the Georgian civil aviation market and, in particular, about the upcoming reconstruction of the Kutaisi International Airport, where Wizz Air is based.

It was noted that in 18 months, a new 3.5 km runway will appear at the Kutaisi airport, which will be able to serve aircraft of any size and create the possibility of receiving more flights.

Attention was also focused on the trends of rapid restoration of aviation in Georgia, which had a positive impact on the development of the tourism sector in the country. It was noted that the number of direct flights and destinations with EU countries is a priority for the Georgian government.

Wizz Air noted that the Kutaisi direction is one of the most successful for the airline, passenger traffic on which has already exceeded the indicator of 2019.

Today Wizz Air occupies a leading position in the Georgian aviation market in passenger transportation. In 2022, their number was 630 thousand.

Wizz Air has been operating in the Georgian aviation market since 2012. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the company was forced to reduce its bases and stop flights. Regular flights to Georgia were resumed on February 1, 2021, and the low-cost airline began to fly regularly in the summer.

In June 2023, Wizz Air returned the third plane to Kutaisi Airport, and from December 1, a fourth one will be added.





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Ministry of Economy and Wizz Air intend to develop joint employment programs for Georgian citizens

2023/09/78989-1694425761.jpg
Read: 1243     11:00     11 Сентябрь 2023    

Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia and the Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air plan to develop joint programs to promote the employment of Georgian citizens of Georgia in the airline, the press service of the department reports.

The issue was discussed during the working visit of the Head of the Ministry of Economy Levan Davitashvili to Hungary.

"Joint projects will be developed that, on the one hand, will contribute to the development of professional education in the Georgian aviation industry, and on the other hand, will give Georgian citizens the opportunity to find a job in such large airlines as Wizz Air", the message says.

The agency noted that Wizz Air is one of the largest employers in the global aviation industry.

During the meeting with the management of the low-cost airline, Davitashvili spoke about the situation on the Georgian civil aviation market and, in particular, about the upcoming reconstruction of the Kutaisi International Airport, where Wizz Air is based.

It was noted that in 18 months, a new 3.5 km runway will appear at the Kutaisi airport, which will be able to serve aircraft of any size and create the possibility of receiving more flights.

Attention was also focused on the trends of rapid restoration of aviation in Georgia, which had a positive impact on the development of the tourism sector in the country. It was noted that the number of direct flights and destinations with EU countries is a priority for the Georgian government.

Wizz Air noted that the Kutaisi direction is one of the most successful for the airline, passenger traffic on which has already exceeded the indicator of 2019.

Today Wizz Air occupies a leading position in the Georgian aviation market in passenger transportation. In 2022, their number was 630 thousand.

Wizz Air has been operating in the Georgian aviation market since 2012. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the company was forced to reduce its bases and stop flights. Regular flights to Georgia were resumed on February 1, 2021, and the low-cost airline began to fly regularly in the summer.

In June 2023, Wizz Air returned the third plane to Kutaisi Airport, and from December 1, a fourth one will be added.





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