International Airports in Georgia:
Batumi International Airport (10 km from Batumi city Centre, around 20 min driving)
Kutaisi International Airport (123 km from Batumi city Centre, around 2 h 20 min driving; 22.2 km from Kutaisi, around 30 min driving)
Tbilisi International Airport (18 km from Tbilisi, around 25 min driving; 386 km from Batumi city Centre, around 6h driving)

Transportation From/To the Tbilisi Airport

To Tbilisi:
There are direct flights from: Amsterdam, Athens, Aktau, Baku, Cologne, Dubai, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hanover, Istanbul, Kiev, Minsk, London, Munich, Paris, Prague, Riga, Tel Aviv, Vienna, Yerevan to Tbilisi and others.
Currently to Georgia there are: Emirates flights, Ukraine International flights, Gulf Air flights, Turkish Airlines flights, S7 Airlines flights, Atlasglobal flights, Qatar Airways flights, LOT flights, Air France flights, Lufthansa flights, Azerbaijan Airlines flights, airBaltic flights, KLM flights, Aegean Airlines flights, Air Astana flights, Aeroflot flights, EL AL Israel Airlines flights, Belavia flights, Czech Airlines, Georgian Airways, Pegasus Airlines flights, Scat.
The time of flights to European countries is between 4 and 4.5 hours and to North America is about 12 hours.
A Travellers to Tbilisi must fill in a customs declaration upon arrival that has to be presented to customs officials when departing the country. Failure to declare currency and items of value can result in fines or other penalties.
From Tbilisi:
Passengers have a possibility to reserve seats on flights of airlines ahead of time. This can be done either the city office of airline or airline tickets agency. Besides there is a 24-hour operating counter making reservations and sales on all international and domestic flights at the airport.
Transportation From/To the Tbilisi Airport
Bus:
Regular buses stop at the bus station in front of the Arrival hall, Municipality Bus # 37 serves the route -Airport-Tbilisi city.
One way fee is 0.50 GEL
Taxi
Taxi service at Tbilisi International Airport is available outside the terminal, just at the curbside of the Arrival Hall and provides 24 hour service to the passengers. The journey time to the city centre takes 20-30 minutes dependent on traffic. Taxi fee is 25 GEL from the airport to the city center.
For more information visit: http://www.tbilisiairport.com/

Train
The Baku- Tbilisi- Kars Railway is a new corridor that will connect Azerbaijan, Georgian and Turkish railways
For more information visit: http://railway.ge/?web=0&action=0&lang=eng

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