Passengers on the first Wizz Air flight between Vienna and Kutaisi were handed a small bottle of Georgian wine as they touched down at the latter airport on 11 October. The route between the Austrian capital and Kutaisi will be flown by Wizz Air twice-weekly (Thursdays and Sundays) using its fleet of 180-seat A320s.
- Wizz Air launched flights between two of its bases on 11 October, inaugurating a twice-weekly (Thursdays and Sundays) service from Kutaisi (KUT) to Vienna (VIE) The Hungarian ULCC will operate the 2,123-kilometre city pair using its fleet of 180-seat A320s, with schedules showing that the route will be performed by a Kutaisi-based aircraft. Flights will leave the Georgian airport at 07:25, landing in Vienna at 08:50 local time. Return flights then depart the Austrian capital at 09:40, landing back in Kutaisi at 14:55 local time. Vienna becomes the 12th European capital route which Wizz Air operates from the Georgia airport. The airline already links the city with Athens, Barcelona, Berlin Schönefeld, Bucharest, Budapest, Dortmund, Larnaca, Katowice, London Luton, Memmingen, Milan Malpensa, Paris Beauvais, Prague, Riga, Rome Fiumicino, Thessaloniki, Vilnius, Warsaw Chopin and Wroclaw. It should be noted however that the airline will be ending services to Bucharest from 27 October based on its online booking engine. However, while Bucharest may be lost, the airline will begin services to Gdansk from 2 April, meaning that for S19 the airline will have a network of 20 routes from Kutaisi.