There are three international and three domestic airports in Georgia. From the runways, flights depart to domestic or international destinations. Book flights online through websites from more than 700 airlines.
Tbilisi Shota Rustaveli International Airport (IATA: TBS; ICAO: UGTB)
Tbilisi International Airport is located 17 kilometers southeast of the capital. To get to the airport from the city, use the #337 municipal bus or a taxi. Find taxis, available 24/7, at the airport entrance.
There are regular and charter flights from Tbilisi Airport to 26 foreign countries, including Türkiye, France, Austria, Belgium, Germany, Greece, the Netherlands, United Arab Emirates, Israel, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Poland, Latvia, China, Egypt, Qatar, Romania, Spain, Uzbekistan, UK and others.
The information bureau of Tbilisi International Airport is in the departure and arrival halls and is open 24/7.
Citizens can also get information on the following numbers:
Departure terminal: +995 32 231 03 41
Arrival terminal: +995 32 231 04 21
Batumi Alexander Kartveli International Airport (BUS)
Batumi Airport is in the southern part of the city, on the right bank of Chorokhi River. Passengers can travel from the center of Batumi to the airport by the #10 municipal bus. Batumi Airport offers international flights to Istanbul, Minsk and Tel-Aviv, and domestic flights to Tbilisi.
The Batumi International Airport information office is in the departure hall. Tel.: +995 422235100
Kutaisi Davit Agmashenebeli International Airport
Kutaisi airport is a national low-cost hub, thebase of WizzAir airlines. It is located in the west of Kutaisi, 14 kilometers away from the city.
In 2014, Kutaisi Airport was named one of the 6 best airports in Europe (in the category of fewer than 4 million passengers). In 2021/22, it was renovated and is offering a wide range of services, has a great duty free and souvenir shops, as well as multiple cafes and a panoramic terrace. Kutaisi Airport can accommodate 1200 passengers at the same time.
Direct flights from Kutaisi airport go to the following destinations: Abu Dhabi, Athens, Amritsar, Almaty, Aktau, Atyrau, Budapest, Krakow, Gdansk, Memmingen, Tallinn, Dortmund, Larnaca, Milan, Riga, Minsk, Thessaloniki, Vilnius, London, Warsaw, Paris, Rome, Prague, Bucharest, Brussels, Hamburg, Berlin, Madrid and Barcelona. There are also local flights to Mestia.
Flights depart daily and there are no restrictions on night flights.
Tel: +995 555 397 387 (24/7)
Mestia Queen Tamar Airport (domestic)
Mestia Airport is in Mestia, 1,400 meters above sea level. Novate included it in the list of the top ten most unusual airports in the world, calling the airport "a tiny Georgian miracle". The airport has unique architecture and its shapes resemble the Svan towers.
Flights to and from Natakhtari Airport to Mestia depart six times a week - every day, except Saturday. Similarly, the flights to and from Kutaisi International Airport to Mestia operate once a week, on Wednesdays.
The address of the Mestia airport is Avtandil Khergiani St.
Tel.: +995 248 73 00, +995 591 512 533.
Ambrolauri Airport (domestic)
Ambrolauri airport is located in the town of Ambrolauri, in Racha Region, 560 meters above sea level.
Flights from Natakhtari airport to Ambrolauri depart twice a week on Fridays and Sundays. Flights depart according to VMC rules and are subject to changes based on weather conditions.
Tel.: +995 599 26 36 14.
Natakhtari airport is in Natakhtari village, Mtskheta-Mtianeti Municipality of Georgia. The airport serves 30-50 passenger planes. Flights depart to Batumi, Kutaisi, Mestia and Ambrolauri.
Phone: +995 599 65 90 99.
The airport is named after King Erekle II and is 2 km from Telavi.
Nowadays, it is a training airport, however, it will resume domestic flights soon.