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Railroad Infrastructure to Reach Kutaisi International Airport in 2020

Railroad infrastructure to Kutaisi International Airport will be extended in about a year, Giorgi Chogovadze, head of Georgian Airports Association noted. There is an alternative project, under which the railroad infrastructure will be about 600 meter way from the terminal, Chogovadze told the Bsiness Morning. Note that the transportation infrastructure …

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Construction Works of New Passenger Terminal of Kutaisi Airport is Underway

Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Akaki Saghirashvili got acquainted with the Kutaisi Airport new terminal construction works. He examined the ongoing works together with the Kutaisi Airport management and the Acting Director of the Georgian Airports Association, Ivane Lekishvili. Construction works of the new passenger terminal of David …

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New Route Added from Kutaisi – Gdanski from 59,99 GEL

Regular flight starts from Kutaisi International Airport in Gdansk begins. The port city Gdansk is the fourth route in the direction of Poland from Kutaisi Airport and back. Wizz Air, a low-cost Hungarian airline, will launch flights from April 2, 2019. The new direction will be the only direct flight …

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Passenger traffic at Kutaisi International Airport increased by 44%

According to Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development’s data of August 2018, the passenger traffic at Kutaisi Davit Aghmashenebeli Airport increased by 44% compared with the same period last year. In August, Kutaisi Airport served 72210 passengers (August, 20194, passengers). As for growth rates, the increase in this direction is …

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Kutaisi Airport Among 12 Most Beautiful Airports in the World

Kutaisi International Airport also known as David the Builder Kutaisi International Airport, has been listed among 12 Most Beautiful Airports in the World. High-design airports are now scattered throughout the world, with big-time design firms like Foster + Partners, SOM, and Grimshaw tackling head-on the challenge of moving millions of people …

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