An agreement on
cooperation between the Georgian side and Irish low-cost airline Ryanair will be signed at Georgia’s government administration at 2 pm today.
The agreement will be signed by Giorgi Chogovadze, CEO of the Georgian Airports Association at the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development, and David O'Brien, Commercial Director at Ryanair.
The signing will be attended by Natia Turnava, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development as well.
One of the world's best budget airlines will operate direct flights from Georgia to Europe from both Kutaisi and Tbilisi International Airport.
Founded in 1984, Ryanair is one of the largest carriers in Europe. Georgia will be the 39th country in which the airline will operate flights.