Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air has resumed regular flights today connecting the western Georgian city of Kutaisi to the Polish city of Krakow, announces United Airports of Georgia.
The first flight brought 133 passengers from Krakow to Kutaisi and the majority of them were Polish citizens, says United Airports of Georgia.
Wizz Air will operate flights between Krakow and Kutaisi twice a week.
Krakow is the fifth city in Poland from where Wizz Air operates flights to Kutaisi International Airport. Until now passengers were able to fly from Kutaisi to four cities of Poland: Warsaw, Gdansk, Wroclaw and Katowice.
In total, Wizz Air operates flights to 15 destinations in nine countries.
In addition, this winter Wizz Air will restore flights to Barcelona (Spain), Berlin (Germany) and Vienna (Austria) from Kutaisi airport, while Wizz Air Abu Dhabi will offer Abu Dhabi-Kutaisi flights two times a week starting December 16.