Baku, Azerbaijan, September 4
By Tamilla Mammadova – Trend:
The flight schedule from Georgia remains unchanged at Ryanair, said General Director of the Georgian Airports Association Georgi Chogovadze, Trend reports referring to bizzone.info.
Earlier in social networks, rumors flew about changes made to the airline's schedule.
“Due to a technical malfunction, flights from Kutaisi and Tbilisi were not visible on the Ryanair website for some time, but this problem was fixed and the airline confirmed that the flight schedule did not change,” said Georgi Chogovadze.
At the first stage, the airline will operate flights from Kutaisi to Marseille and Bologna twice a week, and from Tbilisi to Milan four times a week. Direct flights to Europe will begin on November 6, 2019. In addition to Milan, Bologna and Marseille, next year Ryanair will fly from Georgia to Cologne.
Ryanair is an Irish airline, the largest low cost airline in Europe. The main office is in Swords, Dublin. Founded in 1984 by Irish millionaire Tony Ryan, Chris Ryan and Liam Lonergan (owners of a travel agency).