Ryanair confirms that flights’ schedule will not change
Ryanair confirms that flights’ schedule will not change

Ryanair Air Company confirmed that the flights’ schedule will not change – Giorgi Chogovadze, Director of Georgian Airports Union wrote on Facebook in response to the released information as if some changes were made into the schedule of flights.

“There were some technical faults on the webpage of Ryanair. The problem has been solved for the time being,” Chogovadze wrote.

An agreement of cooperation was signed on August 21 between the Georgian Airports Union and Ryanair DAC, an Irish low-cost airline founded in 1984. The document was inked at the Governmental Administration by Giorgi Chogovadze, Director of Georgian Airports Union and   David O’Brien, Chief Commercial Officer of Ryanair.

Ryanair Air Company will be carrying out flights from Tbilisi and Kutaisi airports in direction of Italian and French cities starting November.

The flight Tbilisi-Milan will land at Bergamo Airport and will be carried out 4 times a week. The price for air tickets begins from 19.99 Euro. The flights from Kutaisi airport will be carried out in direction of Bologne, Italy, and Marseille, France. Ryanair will begin carrying out of flights from Georgia in direction of Köln, Germany, starting next year.

 

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