Ryanair plans to make its debut this fall in Georgia—a former Soviet republic located between Europe and Asia—serving the country’s capital of Tbilisi and the west-Georgian city of Kutaisi. Ryanair will launch Tbilisi-Milan Bergamo, Kutaisi-Bologna and Kutaisi-Marseille in November, followed by Tbilisi-Cologne services in April 2020. All services will be 2X-weekly, apart from Tbilisi-Milan Bergamo, which will be 4X-weekly. The routes mark the Irish LCC’s first ...

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