Sunday, October 21, 2012

20-25% Cut in Air Ticket Prices Expected in Georgia

17.10.2012. Decrease in air ticket prices is expected in the Georgian market. According to sector representatives and experts, new airports and airlines which help in Georgia’s turning into the aviation hub will cause the drop in prices of tickets.

The head of Airports Association announces that taxes in Kutaisi airport are very low, so the tickets will be cheaper than in other airports.

Ketevan  Aleksidze explains “Financial” that  “their strategy’s goal is the trend  to cover the whole aviation market. Air ticket agency "APG" states the air ticket prices will be reduced by 20-25%  in the near future. A part of airlines operating in the Georgian market also talk about a drop in tickets prices. "Pegasus" Georgian representation informs that they have already reduced ticket prices in Batumi airport.

Note: In total 20 airline companies are operating in Georgia today, two of them are Georgian. The main directions are Turkey, Ukraine, Russia, Germany, Italy, Spain and the Czech Republic.


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