Rome, Paris, Barcelona, Prague – Airline Wizz air will fly from Kutaisi to four more new destinations, said George Mikhalopulos, the commercial director of the company at today’s meeting with Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili.
Central and Eastern Europe’s leading low-cost airline will operate flights from Kutaisi International Airport to 16 European destinations in 11 countries.
Flights to Rome, Paris, Barcelona and Prague will start from May 2018.
Wizz air also doubles the number of flights up to now, which will be based in Kutaisi airline A320 type second aircraft.
Wizz Air Hungary Ltd is the low budget airline in Hungary, head office is in Budapest, Liszt Ferenc International Airport. The airline uses small airports of various cities to reach low prices, it flies to Europe in the United Arab Emirates and other. The airline has the largest fleet in the Hungarian market, but it is not a national airline and currently operates in 35 countries around the world. The airline is included in the London Stock Exchange FTSE 250 Index.