Budapest Airport welcomed its newest carrier on 28 October, with Georgian start-up Myway Airlines inaugurating a twice-weekly (Thursdays and Sundays) service from Tbilisi. The airline will add a third weekly (Tuesdays) rotation from 20 November. Myway Airlines is the only operator to offer a direct service between the capitals of Hungary and Georgia, with this route becoming Budapest’s second link to the latter country, with Wizz Air already offering service to Kutaisi.
- Myway Airlines launched its latest route from Tbilisi (TBS) on 28 October, with the Georgian carrier inaugurating a twice-weekly (Thursdays and Sundays) service to Budapest (BUD). The airline will add a third weekly (Tuesdays) rotation on the 2,123-kilometre sector from 20 November. “Budapest Airport is delighted to welcome yet another new airline to the market. Having a flight connection for the very first time between these two great cities is a fantastic endorsement of the opportunities which exist for leisure and business travellers between Hungary and Georgia. We wish Myway Airlines a very successful flight launch, just in time for the upcoming ski season,” commented Kam Jandu, CCO, Budapest Airport on the airline’s arrival. Tbilisi becomes the second destination in Georgia to have non-stop flights from Budapest, with this new service complementing Wizz Air’s existing operations between the Hungarian capital and Kutaisi.