Hungarian budget airline WizzAir is set to launch the first direct flight between the UK and Georgia, with their London Luton — Kutaisi route scheduled to begin in summer 2017.
The flights to and from Georgia’s third most populous city will start on 18 June, flying the route twice a week on Thursdays and Sundays using A320 and A321 aircrafts.
Prices for a one-way ticket will start from £34.99 ($44).
In October last year the Georgian capital Tbilisi topped a list of of destinations that British airlines should start flying to, compiled by newspaper The Telegraph. Tbilisi airport’s official Facebook page reported yesterday that Georgia Airways is planning to begin flying Tbilisi — London this summer.
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Source: Georgia Today