On August 4, Belavia Belarusian Airlines will perform its first regular flight on the Minsk-Kutaisi-Minsk route. Kutaisi will become the third Georgian city in the route network of Belavia. The flights will be performed on 3d and 7th days with departure from Minsk at 09:35 and with arrival at Kutaisi International Airport at 13:35. The return flights to Minsk National Airport are planned to perform at 14:25 with the arrival in the capital of Belarus at 16:30. The time for all airports is local.
The minimum cost of one-way tickets for the LIGHT tariff will be 85 euro. The cost of round-trip tickets will be 169 euro. More information about the schedule and tariffs can be found on the official website belavia.by.
In Kutaisi, passengers will be travelling on Embraer 175 aircraft, designed to carry 76 passengers: 12 seats in business class and 64 seats in economy class, in case of demand on the route, larger aircraft will be used. Travel time is about 3 hours.
“We always try to be flexible and look for the opportunities to offer passengers new places to visit. Georgia is one of the most popular destinations at present, so we decided to give our passengers the opportunity to visit one more Georgian city – Kutaisi.
Kutaisi, located in the very heart of hospitable Georgia, harmoniously combines ancient and modern architecture, a calm and active life. Having arrived here, you will be able to feel the atmosphere of the old side streets and appreciate the Georgian hospitality, get closer to the place, described in ancient legends. At the same time, the cost of tickets is planned to be lower than to Batumi and Tbilisi in the same season”, noted Igor Cherginets, the general director of Belavia Belarusian Airlines.
Kutaisi is one of the most ancient cities in Georgia, which is situated on the banks of the Rioni river. The favorable geographical position of the city allows travelers with comfort and in short terms get to Kutaisi both to the Black Sea coast and the popular resort Poti, as well as to famous ski and medical resorts of Georgia, including the mysterious high-mountanious Svaneti. Kutaisi International Ariport is located 20 kilometers from the city, the road to the airport takes less than an hour.