Low-budget flights will be made from Kutaisi international airport - a corresponding agreement has been signed with the Hungarian air company Wizz Air, which is the largest cheap company in central and eastern European states. Wizz Air will make flights from Kutaisi to Kiev, Ukraine. - "Rustavi2"
According to the memorandum signed today, Wizz Air will make direct regular flights from the Parliamentary Capital of Georgia - Kutaisi from September. The flights will be made three times a week and the company will serve about 40 thousand passengers.
Georgian president attended the ceremony of signing the memorandum today. The company has already begun to sell the tickets. One way ticket costs EURO 22.
From the Koppitnari airport, President wenty to Tskaltubo resort city, where he visited a family of Omanidzes and talked to them about the construction of the Kopitnari airport. Afterwards, president invited the family and their neuighbors to a nearby cafe. The Cafe was opened by a Georgian interior designer, Nino Kharabadze, who has been living in the United States during past 18 years.
President also visited Tskaltubo natural baths, which were opened in 1951 and since then first rehabilitation works are underway there. One part of the complex will be opened in August and it will be capable to host 400 visitors.
Mikheil Saakashvili also viewed former re-creation center Shakhtiori, which is also under rehabilitation - its new owners are holding negotiations with a popular European brand, which will construct a new five-star hotel there.