Wizz Air has today added seven new services from Kutaisi in Georgia to Paris, Prague, Athens, Barcelona, Rome, Bucharest and Vienna.
The carrier started operations from Kutaisi International Airport in 2012 and after six years of successful operations, as part of its great expansion across Europe it is adding the new services from Kutaisi across Europe.
From 17 May, Paris Beauvais will run three times a week, Prague twice a week and Athens twice a week. From 18 May, Barcelona will operate three times a week, from 19 May, Rome twice a week, from 3 July, Bucharest three times a week and from 15 November, Vienna three times a week.
Further diversifying its low fare network from Kutaisi, Wizz Air now operates 21 routes to 14 countries. The airline continues to invest in its local base by allocating a second Airbus A320 on 17 May, a further investment of $101 million.
In the first three months of 2018, 51 per cent more passengers travelled with Wizz on Georgia routes than in the same period of the previous year. This year, it will offer more than 720,000 seats from Georgia in 2018.