On Wednesday 11 September, the airline Wizz Air launched its new direct flights to Georgia. Brussels South Charleroi Airport is now connected to Kutaisi, the country’s second-biggest city, via two flights a week. Thanks to 180-seater Airbus A320s, there will be flights between the two countries on Wednesdays and Sundays.
With the launch of the new Brussels-Charleroi – Kutaisi route, another country is now available for passengers. A four and a half hour flight away from BSCA, Kutaisi opens a door to a multifaceted country. The region’s natural heritage has plenty to offer young and old alike. A visit to the Cave of Prometheus is a must, as are the region’s stunning canyons.
Just over two hours away from Kutaisi, travellers will also be able to stroll along the gorgeous beaches alongside the Black Sea.
Kutaisi International Airport is now available with two flights a week at the following times:
Up and running since 2004, this year Wizz Air celebrates 15 years on the tarmac of Brussels South Charleroi Airport. Since its arrival here, more than seven million passengers have travelled on its routes.
The company now operates flights to 12 cities in Central and Eastern Europe.
Philippe VERDONCK, Chief Executive Officer of Brussels South Charleroi Airport explains: “Over its fifteen years of operations here, Wizz Air has enjoyed steady growth. The company continues to flourish, and is now adding Georgia to its range of destinations available from Belgium. Our relationship with Wizz Air helps us develop our respective operations for the benefit of passengers who can enjoy some appealing routes, whether for business or pleasure, at attractive prices.”
Charleroi, 12 September 2019