Flights from Kutaisi International Airport will be operated by 12 new European destinations. These include: Frankfurt, Hamburg, Baden-Baden, Venice, Naples, Nice, Pisa, Stockholm, Nuremberg, Poznan, Heraklion, and Turku.
According to the Georgian Airports Association of the Ministry of Economy of Georgia, Wizz Air adds the fourth and fifth AIRBUS A 320 modern aircraft at Kutaisi David Agmashenebeli International Airport. Since the end of 2019, the forth deployed aircraft will perform regular flights to 7 new European destinations - Poznan, Hamburg, Naples, Venice, Pisa, Frankfurt and Baden-Baden. Since the summer of 2020 Kutaisi International Airport will offer other five new European routes to Europe and these destinations are Stockholm, Nuremberg, Turku, Nice and Heraklion.
Till today doesn't existing the direct flights from Georgia to Finland and Sweden.
The agreement was signed by Giorgi Chogovadze, Director of the Georgian Airports Association at the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development and Andras Sebok, Logistic Director of Hungarian low-budget airline the Wizz Air.
According to the Georgian Airports Association, after months of negotiations and several years of successful cooperation between the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development and Wizz Air, four months after the launch of the third aircraft at Kutaisi International Airport, Wizz Air adds the fourth and fifth aircraft and 12 new European destinations. By summer 2020, direct flights from Kutaisi International Airport to 39 destinations in 19 EU countries will be available.
Wizz Air started operating in Kutaisi International Airport in 2012. In September 2016, Wizz Air’s first aircraft in the region was opened at the Kutaisi International Airport. In May 2017, the second aircraft was added, which also brought five most demanded routs to Europe. In 2018, Wizz Air transported 95% of Kutaisi International Airport passengers - 587 643 passengers.