Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air has postponed the launch of 12 new European destinations from Georgia's Kutaisi International Airport, the airline press office said today.
Wizz Air will launch flights to Frankfurt (Germany), Hamburg (Germany), Baden-Baden (Germany), Poznan (Poland), Venice (Italy), Naples (Italy), Pisa (Italy), Nice (France), Stockholm (Sweden), Nuremberg (Germany), Heraklion (Greece) and Turku (Finland).
Of these new routes, seven were expected to be implemented by the end of 2019 (Poznan, Hamburg, Naples, Venice, Pisa, Frankfurt and Baden-Baden), which have now been postponed until summer 2020.
The remaining five routes will be launched in December 2020 instead of in the summer of 2020, as planned.
The airline has informed all passengers who purchased tickets to one of the 12 destinations and promised to refund 100 per cent of the ticket price or change the ticket.
If air tickets were purchased through a travel agency, passengers should contact the tour operator.
Source - Agenda.ge
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