Kutaisi International Airport is fully operated by United Airports of Georgia. The airport was rebuilt in 2012 and is the first international airport in the region, offering cost-efficient airline services.

The mild climate in the area and strategic location makes it alternate airport for the region. Kutaisi Airport is located within 200 kilometers from Tbilisi, and is connected to Armenia, Azerbaijan, Russia and Turkey within radius of 300 km.

The airport is equipped with the highest quality navigation and weather systems, has 2,500 m runway and can simultaneously serve up to 600 passengers, receive 2 and depart 3 flights.


Low airport charges & incentives;
No restriction for Night Flights
Open Sky Policy with EU
Brand new airside & landside infrastructure;
Aircraft Turnaround Time – 29 min
Terminal Building - 29 000 m2
Runway - 2,500 m
Aircraft Parking Stands – 9
Number of Gates – 7
Ground Handling - Operated By UAG (equipped with brand new TLD equipment 2012)
Georgia is member of ECAA agreement
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