Ryanair today (8 Nov) celebrated the first flights of its first-ever Georgia winter schedule with the start of its new four times weekly service from Tbilisi to Milan Bergamo, and its two times weekly routes from Kutaisi to Bologna and Marseille. Ryanair’s Georgia Winter 2019 schedule, with these three new routes, will help deliver 130,000 customers to/from Tbilisi and Kutaisi airports this year.
To celebrate the start of its winter schedule, Ryanair has released seats on sale from just €16.99, for travel between now and the end of March, which are only available for booking on the Ryanair.com website until midnight Monday (11 Nov).
Ryanair’s Olga Pawlonka said:
“We’re delighted to officially launch our Georgia winter 2019 schedule, with the start of our new routes from Tbilisi to Milan Bergamo and from Kutaisi to Marseille and Bologna. Today marks the start of our first ever winter schedule for Tbilisi and Kutaisi airports which will help deliver 130,000 customers to/from Tbilisi and Kutaisi airports this year.
To celebrate, we are releasing seats for sale from just €16.99 for travel from now until the end of March 2020, which are available for booking until midnight, Monday 11th Nov. Since these amazing low fares will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”
Natela Turnava, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia, said:
“Let me congratulate on launching of flights with the the Irish low cost airline Ryanair to Georgia. I am pleased that both our citizens and tourists coming to Georgia are already able to take advantage of direct flights operated by Ryanair. Airline’s operations in the Georgian market will allow us not only to expand new tourist flows and develop the tourism industry, but also to offer our citizens cheap flights from Kutaisi and Tbilisi to the new European destinations.”
Giorgi Chogovadze, Director General of “United Airports of Georgia”, said:
“Today, when one of the largest low-cost airlines enters Georgian market, we can say that, this is the successful completion of intensive negotiations we have held with Ryanair for the past few months. From now, Ryanair will offer direct flights to Europe both from Kutaisi and Tbilisi International Airports. Our goal is to increase number of airlines operating in Georgia. That is a guarantee of the development of tourism and hospitality sector, creating additional jobs and stimulating the economy.”