Moldovan Flyone, its subsidiary Flyone Armenia enter Georgian aviation market

Moldovan Flyone, its subsidiary Flyone Armenia enter Georgian aviation market

access_time2021-11-25 17:04:15

Moldovan low-cost airline Flyone and its subsidiary Flyone Armenia are set  to operate in the Georgian air market. Flyone will launch  flights to Georgia from the summer of 2022, Flyone Armenia  - this December.

Flyone Armenia will operate flights from Yerevan to Tbilisi and Kutaisi. The airline has already started selling tickets, Yerevan-Tbilisi-Yerevan flights will be performed  3 times a week -  on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.

The airline will operate Yerevan-Kutaisi-Yerevan flights twice a week- every Thursday and Sunday.


The airline's fleet consists of Airbus A320 aircraft, on which we will operate both scheduled and charter flights. Each aircraft has 180 seats and meets all International Air Transport Association (IATA) and EASA safety standards. Also, in pandemic conditions, the aircraft is equipped with HEPA air filters, which remove 99.97% of viruses and bacteria.



As for the Moldovan Flyone, it plans flights from Chisinau to both Tbilisi and Batumi. According to preliminary information, Chisinau-Tbilisi-Chisinau flights will be operated throughout the year, while Chisinau-Batumi-Chisinau flights will be seasonal and will be performed  only in summer.

 

It’s worth mention  that Flyone Chisinau-Batumi-Chisinau planned to launch charter flights this  summer, but due to low demand, the airline was forced to change its  plans.

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