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Kutaisi Airport crosses million passenger mark for “record”, 4,087 flights between January-October
03 November, 2023

Western Georgia’s Kutaisi International Airport served 1,380,548 passengers between January-October, posting a 107 percent year-on-year increase, the United Airports of Georgia said on Friday in its update on “record” figures.

The body said the number of flights recorded over the 10 months also marked a “historic high”.

It noted the Airport served 4,087 flights between January-October, a figure 55 percent higher than in the same period of 2022.

In October alone, the Airport served 164,176 passengers, up 415 percent y/y, as well as 472 flights, or a 352 percent y/y increase.

The Hungarian budget airline Wizz Air plans to station its fourth passenger jet at the Airport in December and resume direct flights from the location to Copenhagen, Denmark.

Currently, five airlines operate from the Airport, offering flights to 35 destinations in 18 countries.


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