Starting 1 August, Kutaisi International Airport will introduce six new European destinations, announces Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze.
Bakhtadze said that a $100 million investment will be made in the Georgian economy “as a result of the deal”.
Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air will carry out flights from Georgia’s Kutaisi International Airport to six European cities.
Deal with Wizz Air was signed today. Photo: Ministry of Economy.
Eindhoven (Netherlands), Bari (Italy), Copenhagen (Denmark), Basel (Switzerland), Tallinn (Estonia) and Brussels (Belgium) are the new destinations where travellers from Georgia can arrive at an affordable price starting in August.
Ticket price will start from €19.99.
Wizz Air has been carrying out flights on the Georgian aviation market since it opened its first Caucasian base in September 2016.
As for Kutaisi Airport, a new terminal is being built that is expected to triple the capacity of the airport. Construction of a new terminal is due to be completed by the end of 2019.