Direct flights have been launched between Georgia and Poland, Trend reports referring to the Civil Aviation Agency of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia.
Flights along the Kutaisi-Poznan-Kutaisi route are operated by WizzAir.
The first passengers of the flight arriving in Kutaisi International Airport were given symbolic gifts.
Since September 10, Wizz Air has gradually launched new international flights from Kutaisi International Airport including direct regular flights to Copenhagen, Brussels, Tallinn, Eindhoven (the Netherlands), Bari (Italy) and Poznan (Poland).
Wizz Air started flying from Kutaisi International Airport in 2012. In September 2016, the first airline base was opened at Kutaisi International Airport.
In May 2017, Kutaisi International Airport added a second Wizz Air base and started operating five most popular destinations in Europe.
In 2018, Wizz Air transported 95 percent of the Kutaisi International Airport passengers (587,643 passengers).