Ryanair to start operating routes from Georgia for the first time

posted on 22nd August 2019 by Justin Burns
Ryanair to start operating routes from Georgia for the first time

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.