The airline low budget Ryanair flights will begin its first routes to Georgia from autumn to autumn, 39th country on its network, with two new links to Kutaisi from Marseille and Bologna, and two more Tbilisi from Bergamo and Cologne.
From November 7, 2019, an Irish flight specialist will suggest two flights per week between its base Marseille-Provence Olympic and the airport Kutaisi-David Builder, operated at Boeing 737-800 of 189 places. Departures are scheduled for Thursday and Sunday at 2:10 pm (arriving at 9:30 pm), returning flights departing Georgia at 9:55 pm (arriving at 11:15 pm). Ryanair will be irreplaceable on this route, and Kutaisi is already serving France from Wizz Air (the largest operator of the 42-way Georgian airport, including those from Beauvais, Nice and Basel-Mulhouse).
Ryan Delanez of Ryanair said in a statement that the low price is " we are pleased to announce the launch of a new route between Marseille and Qutashi, starting in November 2019, which will operate two weeks of summer as part of our Winter 2019 program. Customers in Marseille can now book their trip to Qutaisi until March 2020 "In order to celebrate the launch of this new line from Marseille, Ryanair has started special offer on its entire European network with prices of only € 9.99 for November and December trips available only on Ryanair.com.
Marseille-Provence's low-cost Winter 2019 program includes A total of 44 rows, including 17 new trips to Agadir (2 weekly flights), Alicante (2), Bologna (3), Bordeaux (4), Catania (2), Copenhagen (2), Esauira (2), Kutaisi (2) Manchester ( 2) Milan Bergamo, Naples, Ouazazate, Prague, Sofia, Strasbourg, Tel Aviv, Toulouse this year millions of customers at the Chocane Airport.
Other news in Georgia about Ryanair serving this line Kutaisi from Bologna-Guglielco Marconi next November, with also two weekly non-competitive rotations. In the capital, the airport of Tbilisi – Fota Rustaveli will be served by Milan Bergamo from November with four non-competitive weekly flights, then on March 29, 2020 from Cologne-Bonn with two flights a week without competition. In the summer of 2020, Ryanair will offer 170,000 seats to and from orgy.
Trade director David O'Brien said it was " I am pleased to announce that Ryanair's low fares have arrived in Tbilisi and Kutaisi, new airports in our network and the first in Georgia. These four new lines will continue to promote Georgian tourism and allow more than 170,000 customers to travel to and from European countries to one of Europe's most dynamic tourist destinations. We look forward to developing new growth in Georgian traffic, new routes and jobs in the coming years ".