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More than Half Million Tourists Visited Batumi in Six Month

Batumi airport received 67% more visitors compared to the same period of previous year. According to the Government of Ajara, 20-22 flights are done at Batumi International Airport per day and more than half million tourists have visited the region in just six month on the year. In the first …

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EV Charging Station at Tbilisi International Airport

EV Charging Station at Tbilisi International Airport

There is an electric car charging station arranged at Tbilisi international airport car park. The new service will be available free of charge for any electrical car owner. The project is a result of cooperation between TAV Georgia and E-space. It should be mentioned that in 2008 Tbilisi international airport …

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Passenger Flow Increased at Batumi International Airport

In June Passenger Flow at Batumi International Airport increased by 59% (60912) in comparison with the same period of 2016. ”TAV Georgia” is a subsidiary company of ”TAV Airports Holding” established in 2005, by agreement validly till 2027. As a result of 180m USD worth investment in Georgia new passenger …

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Hot June at Batumi International Airport

Eight new airlines scheduled their flights to Batumi International Airport during this summer season. New flights from Batumi International Airport will be performed towards Moscow, Cherepovets, st. Petersburg, Kyiev, Tehran, Dubai, and Beirut. On 26 of May Small Planet Airlines has already performed its first flight on the route Warsaw-Batumi-Warsaw. …

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Georgia Welcomes Olympic Flame

Georgia welcomes Olympic flame

The Olympic flame for the 2015 European Youth Olympic Festival (EYOF) has landed in Georgia’s seaside city Batumi ahead of the Tbilisi 2015 torch relay after being flown from Athens, Greece. Dozens of torch bearers and Georgian athletes were the first to welcome the Olympic flame to Georgia at a …

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