Tbilisi Airport Facts
The Tbilisi international airport is the official fleet base for both Georgian international airlines and Georgian Airways. The airport was recently renovated and reconstructed in the year 2007 and got upgraded with a new international terminal, car parking facilities, new runways and enhancements of ground transportation systems. There is also a railway link connected with the city Centre. The airportâ€™s design provides for optimum flow of both luggage and passengers right from the parking to the entrance of the plane and have a total usable area of about 25,000 square meters. The food and beverage section of the airport tenders excellent services to attract international customers. By the year 2010, the airport handled about 8.2 lakh passengers and the statistics kept on increasing from 2006.
Arrival and departure
Many international flights keep operating between Tbilisi and the European and Asian countries and this adds the benefit of additional destination served by these European and Asian transit airlines that serve Tbilisi right from their base. Some of the major airlines that use this airport are the Lufthansa, The Turkish airlines, The British Airways, United Airlines, Georgian airways, air Baltic, Ukraine International, Air Astana, AZAL, S7 airlines, Coyne Airways, KLM, Pegasus airlines etc. Domestic flights connecting the major cities of Georgia are no exception to use the runways of the Tbilisi international airport.