Three international airports serve passengers in Georgia: Tbilisi, Kutaisi, and Batumi international airports.


International Flights

To travel to Batumi, the nearest airports are Batumi and Kutaisi airports.

Batumi International Airport is located approximately 2.7 km from the city center. The airport serves international and domestic flights connecting Batumi in various directions. The flights are operated by the following airlines:

Turkish Airlines

Georgian Airways

Pegasus Airlines

Air Baltic


El Al

Arkia Israeli Airlines

And more.


Airlines provide connections between Istanbul, Tbilisi, Dubai, Tel Aviv, and others. For more information, please visit:


Kutaisi International Airport offers direct international and domestic flights. Low-cost airline Wizz-Air operates direct flights from European cities, including Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Rome, Milan, Paris, Budapest, Riga, Vilnius, Vienna, Brussels, Larnaca, Prague, Copenhagen, Tallinn, Berlin, Cologne, Dortmund, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Athens, Thessaloniki, Warsaw, Katowice, Krakow, Poznan and Wroclaw; Also United Arab Emirates, from Abu Dhabi. Driving distance from Kutaisi to Batumi by car or bus is approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes. For more information, please visit: 


Tbilisi International Airport offers direct flights from Europe, Asia, and the Persian Gulf countries. The airport is located 20 km from the center of Tbilisi and its ICAO standards and services make it one of the most reliable destinations. Tbilisi and Batumi are easily connected by train, bus, minibus, taxi, private car or domestic flight. For more information, please visit: 


Domestic Flights

Two airlines "Georgian Wings" and "Vanilla Sky Georgia" operate domestic flights in Georgia, through which you can visit different regions of Georgia. For flight schedules and other additional information, please visit the following websites: Georgian Wings –; Vanilla Sky Georgia –