Eurowings, the German low-cost airline, has unveiled its plans to inaugurate direct flight services between Berlin and Tbilisi by the close of 2023, as reported by the German travel website Reisetopia.
The airline, a subsidiary under the Lufthansa Group, is poised to launch its maiden non-stop flight on December 18. Prospective passengers can already secure tickets for this route through Eurowings’ official website, with prices starting at 130 euros. The journey is estimated to be 4 hours and 15 minutes.
According to Reisetopia, the Berlin-Tbilisi direct flights are scheduled exclusively for Mondays, with the following timetable:
– EW8100 | Berlin – Tbilisi
– Departure: 12:10
– Arrival: 18:55
– EW8101 | Tbilisi – Berlin
– Departure: 19:55
– Arrival: 21:10
Currently, the only existing option for direct travel between the capitals of Germany and Georgia is provided by Georgian Airways, which operates flights twice a week—on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
The introduction of Eurowings’ direct flights on this route is expected to enhance travel convenience and accessibility, providing more choices for passengers seeking seamless connectivity between these two cities.