Kutaisi Airport has added two new direct flight destinations – Tallinn, the capital city of Estonia and Brussels, the capital city of Belgium.
Wizz Air has carried out its first direct flights from Tallinn to Kutaisi and from Kutaisi to Brussels David Agmashenebeli International Airport in Kutaisi yesterday.
Direct flights between Estonia and Georgia have not been carried out so far.
Starting September 10, Wizz Air has added 7 new destinations. Except Brussels and Tallinn, flights to Eindhoven have already taken place on September 10. These days, regular direct flights will be added to new destinations: Basel, Copenhagen, Poznan and Bari.
Source - Agenda.ge
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