Wizz Air announces new link to Georgia from southern Polish Katowice

Artur Tomasik, Katowice Airport’s President of Management Board; and Daniel de Carvalho, Wizz Air’s Corporate Communications Manager, announced the launch of twice-weekly services to Kutaisi in Georgia on 18 May.

Artur Tomasik, Katowice Airport’s President of Management Board; and Daniel de Carvalho, Wizz Air’s Corporate Communications Manager, announced the launch of twice-weekly services to Kutaisi in Georgia on 18 May. Following the airline’s announcement of also twice-weekly flights from Warsaw earlier this month, Katowice becomes the second EU airport to have direct link with the Georgian city.


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  1. Geehawk says:

    Wizz air has defied it’s critics. Finally profitable after years of investment new routes are being added almost daily. Passenger numbers now at 12 Million a year are growing at over 10% per annum while revenues grew last year over 20% – a testament to rigid cost control combined with increasing ancillary revenue now averaging Euro 25 per passenger. With nearly forty new aircraft the airline has consolidated it’s position as central and East Europe’s largest LCC. CEE as a market is just beginning. How long can Easy Jet put off buying Wizz air? Ryanair take note.

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