Wizz Air adds fourth aircraft to its Kutaisi base

Wizz Air staff with an aircraft at Kutaisi, Georgia.
Photo Credit: Wizz Air

Wizz Air, Europe’s fastest growing airline, has announced that a fourth aircraft has joined its modern fleet in Kutaisi. Georgian passengers are now able to travel to Copenhagen from Georgia’s third biggest city.

The addition of the fourth based aircraft not only enhances connectivity but also reinforces Wizz Air’s positioning as the largest airline operating from Kutaisi.

New Routes and Increased Frequencies


Georgian passengers now have the exciting opportunity to traverse the skies to Copenhagen, courtesy of Wizz Air’s dynamic flight offerings.

The airline, known for its commitment to providing affordable travel options, will operate flights to Copenhagen twice a week.

In addition, the frequency of services to other destinations is set to rise, with three or four weekly flights for select connections.

This strategic move introduces a new chapter for David the Builder Kutaisi International Airport, linking it to a myriad of destinations across Europe and beyond.

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The fourth aircraft at the base is a testament to Wizz Air’s dedication to delivering popular destinations and ultra-low fares, making travel accessible for over 160,000 passengers daily.

Wizz Air’s Leading Position


Wizz Air’s swift expansion in Kutaisi showcases its leading position in the market. The company’s consistent efforts to bring new destinations to Georgian travelers underscore its commitment to connecting them with Europe and beyond.

The launch of the new route to Copenhagen, alongside the fourth aircraft stationed in Kutaisi, reinforces Wizz Air’s pivotal role in shaping the region’s air travel landscape.

A Wizz Air aircraft banks low over the city.
Elekes Andor, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Zsuzsa Trubek, Communications Manager of Wizz Air, expressed her excitement, stating, “We are excited to welcome our fourth aircraft in Kutaisi in exactly half a year after we celebrated the arrival of the third base aircraft.”

“I am glad to witness how we constantly bring new destinations to our Georgian travelers and how we connect them with Europe and beyond.”

“Bringing the fourth aircraft to Kutaisi and launching a new route to Copenhagen is important for Wizz Air and for the airport alike. This possibility enables us to offer even more travel options for our passengers.”

Fueling Tourism Growth


The impact of Wizz Air’s expansion goes beyond the airline itself. Irakli Karkashadze, Chief Executive Officer of United Airports of Georgia, highlighted the immense potential for tourism growth.

“We are delighted that we have the possibility to attract new destinations and increase the number of existing flights. Stationing the fourth jet and increasing flight frequencies will result in a huge growth in the number of tourists.”

“The United Airports of Georgia’s goal is to offer quality services to the passengers, and with our strategic partner Wizz Air, we have the opportunity to reach our mutual goals. Today, once again, we are able to see the result of a negotiation and strategy that we have done right.”

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