(MENAFN - Trend News Agency) The United Airports of Georgia released a statement for the attention of passengers travelling from and to Vilnius and Warsaw via the Kutaisi International Airport, Trend reports citing 1tv.ge .
Based on the statement, the low-cost air company Wizz Air will resume regular flights after a three-month pause from April 18.
The official transfer companies Georgian Bus and Omnibus Express will be transporting passengers homeward free of charge from 9 pm till 5 am when the Covid-related restriction on movement stands in Georgia.
Passengers should keep their air tickets while accompanying persons should contact the governmental hotline 144 (1) to obtain one-time permits. Safety regulations act at the airport.
Booking and sale of air tickets are possible at websites: georgianbus.com and omnibusexpress.ge.
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