New Prague to Tbilisi Flights on Georgian Wings

New Prague to Tbilisi Flights on Georgian Wings
New Prague to Tbilisi Flights on Georgian Wings
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Written by Harry Johnson

New route signifies a significant step towards fostering closer ties between the Czech Republic and Georgia.

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Georgian Wings, a commercial part of Georgian Cargo airline, Geo-Sky, based at Tbilisi International Airport, that operates in both local and international markets, announced that it intends to commence a non-stop route from Prague to Tbilisi, with flights operating twice a week on Tuesdays and Saturdays starting from May 4, 2024.

Adding another direct link to the Caucasus region will not only enhance business collaboration opportunities between the Czech Republic and Georgia, but it will also provide Czech tourists with a fantastic chance to explore the lesser-known areas of the Georgian capital and its nearby regions. This route will be served by a Boeing 737-300 aircraft, which can accommodate up to 148 passengers.

“We are glad that we managed to resume the direct connection with Tbilisi. This is the second route to Georgia, which is positive news for several reasons, for example in terms of enhancing both inbound and outbound tourism. Travelers from both countries enjoy a visa-free regime. And there’s more; Georgia is one of the fastest growing economies in the Caucasus region, so we are thrilled that this connection, which also offers interesting economic opportunities as another way to boost international trade between the two countries, will be launched. We believe that the route will become popular with a large number of passengers and will build on its successful past operation,” Jaroslav Filip, Prague Airport Aviation Business Director, said.

The capital of Georgia rests at the base of the mountains and is known as the Pearl of the Caucasus. It offers numerous opportunities for both conventional and unconventional travel experiences. In the heart of the city, visitors can explore notable sites such as Freedom Square, which features a statue of St. George, and Rustaveli Street, where the National Museum is located. Additionally, the city is home to the Orthodox Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, known as Sameba in Georgian. Another noteworthy attraction is the Narikala Fortress, which includes the St. Nicholas church and offers the best panoramic view of the city and the Mtkvari river. Don’t miss out on the Mtatsminda amusement park, which offers a plethora of attractions. To unwind after a bustling day, make sure to indulge in the relaxation provided by a traditional sulphur spa house, with the Sulphur Bath and the Royal Bath being the most renowned options.

“I am delighted to announce the exciting news of Georgian Wings‘ upcoming direct flights from Prague to Tbilisi, commencing on May 4. This new route signifies not only a convenient link between two beautiful destinations but also a significant step towards fostering closer ties between the Czech Republic and Georgia. With our twice-weekly service operating on Tuesdays and Saturdays aboard Boeing 737-300 aircraft, accommodating up to 148 passengers, we aim to facilitate seamless travel experiences for both business and leisure travellers. Our resumption of direct connections to Tbilisi marks a milestone achievement for us at Georgian Wings. Moreover, this direct route not only facilitates tourism but also opens up promising economic opportunities between our two nations. With Georgia emerging as one of the fastest-growing economies in the Caucasus region, we are thrilled to contribute to the expansion of international trade and cooperation. As we embark on this new journey, we are confident that our direct flights to Tbilisi will garner immense popularity among passengers, building upon the success of our previous operations. We look forward to welcoming travelers aboard Georgian Wings and providing them with exceptional service as they embark on their adventures to the vibrant capital of Georgia,” President of the airline – Shako Kiknadze, said.

With this expansion, the airline aims to solidify its presence in the Caucasus Region, positioning itself as a key player in the realm of passenger air transportation.

WHAT TO TAKE AWAY FROM THIS ARTICLE:

  • Georgian Wings, a commercial part of Georgian Cargo airline, Geo-Sky, based at Tbilisi International Airport, that operates in both local and international markets, announced that it intends to commence a non-stop route from Prague to Tbilisi, with flights operating twice a week on Tuesdays and Saturdays starting from May 4, 2024.
  • Adding another direct link to the Caucasus region will not only enhance business collaboration opportunities between the Czech Republic and Georgia, but it will also provide Czech tourists with a fantastic chance to explore the lesser-known areas of the Georgian capital and its nearby regions.
  • The capital of Georgia rests at the base of the mountains and is known as the Pearl of the Caucasus.

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Harry Johnson

Harry Johnson has been the assignment editor for eTurboNews for mroe than 20 years. He lives in Honolulu, Hawaii, and is originally from Europe. He enjoys writing and covering the news.

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