Ryanair has added a 39th country to its route network, as this winter it will start operating flights from Georgia for the first time.
The Irish low-cost carrier (LCC) will from November this year start flying from Tbilisi to Milan Bergamo (four times a week) and from Kutaisi to Bologna (twice a week) and Marseille (twice a week), as part of its winter schedule.
Starting in April 2020, Ryanair will also then fly twice a week to Cologne from Tbilisi.
The carrier said it expects to fly 170,000 passengers on the routes from Tbilisi and Kutaisi via its all-Boeing 737 fleet.
“We look forward to developing new Georgian traffic growth, new routes, and jobs in the coming years,” said Ryanair’s David O’Brien.