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Yanair: flights to Batumi and Tbilisi from Kiev


Airline Yanair has announced the opening of ticket sales on new flights from Ukraine to Georgia. The company's aircraft will fly to Batumi, and in the future, as planned, and in Tbilisi, two Ukrainian cities-Kiev and Odessa.

Flight Odessa-Batumi-Odessa will begin on 5 may 2015. The flights will be operated twice a week-on Tuesday and Saturday. The expected duration of the flight — 3.5 hours.

Buy flight tickets Kiev-Batumi-Kiev and Odessa-Batumi-Odessa from airline Yanair is already possible on our website in section reservations (top of page). You can also book and purchase these tickets in our physical office in the Department of sales offices at the address: Dnipropetrovsk, Artema str., 2.

Flights from Odessa will start may 5 and will run twice a week on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Travel time according to the schedule will be 3.5 hours. The cost of round trip tickets including all fees is 7338 hryvnia and above depending on the date of purchase and place in the cabin.

Aircraft to Batumi from Kiev will start flying on June 6, 2015. To run these flights Yanair will be on the same days (Tuesday and Saturday), and from July will be added the third flight — on Thursday. To buy tickets for Kiev to Batumi flight will be from 4776 UAH for round trip, including all airport charges. The duration of the flight — 2 hours and 40 minutes.

Please note: 7 August increased frequency of flights from Kiev to Batumi.

Category: Airway
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Date of publication: 27.04.2015

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