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TAV Negotiates with Government to Expand Batumi Airport

TAV Georgia is negotiating with government regarding expanding Batumi Airport.

”We have negotiations with the government regarding Batumi, this is long-term and short-term negotiations: short-term plans are implemented Batumi airport infrastructure this year, which will allow us to get the 2018 year without any problems and pass the number of passengers we expect. In particular, we add new parking lots for planes, we will have five new ones for different types of aircraft, as well as negotiations on the addition of the registration counters;

As for adding aerodrome parking, we’ll start the works by the end of March, which we want to end until June. It is also about improving the luggage system,”-said Tea Zakaradze, deputy general manager of TAV Georgia.

 

Maximum transit of Batumi International Airport is 500 thousand passengers, last year the airport served 450 thousand passengers.