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The Reason Explained About Passenger Registration Delay on August 10

The reason of the issue for registration of passengers in Tbilisi International Airport on August 10 was the breakdown of the network of the international aviation communications company (SITA) in Tbilisi. Orange Business Service, partner company of SITA, informed TAV Georgia about the  mentioned fact. The abovementioned letter confirmed once again …

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New Destination From Tbilisi International Airport

Russian Airline S7 will start operating flights from Novosibirsk to Tbilisi from April 29. Flights will be performed every Saturday by Airbus A320 type aircraft. Russian S7 Airlines performs daily flights from Tbilisi International Airport to Moscow since 2010 and regular flights from Batumi International Airport since 2011.

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Tbilisi International Airport Served Record Number of Travelers in January

Tbilisi International Airport Served Record Number of Travelers in January

TAV GEORGIA announced on a record number of travelers in Tbilisi International Airport through January. According to the company, the airport served over 163 287 travelers, the growth is 31% y-o-y. To remind, Georgian International Airports have served 26% more travelers in 2016 comparing to  2015, at that travelers number …

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New Terminal of Tbilisi Airport to be Opened in Autumn

New Terminal of Tbilisi Airport to be Opened in Autumn

New terminal of Tbilisi International Airport will be launched with full capacity by autumn of 2017, supposedly in September. Construction of 12 000 square m frame of the building is already finished and glazing Façade is being carried. The new terminal will merely serve to arrivals. However, the existed one …

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Fright Turnover of Georgian Airports is Grown by 129%

Fright Turnover of Georgian Airports is Grown by 129%

129% more fright is transferred by Georgian Airports in 2016. As of the statistic data published by Civil Aviation Agency, 34, 65 thousand t cargos have been transferred by Tbilisi International Airport in 2016. However, this figure has been 14, 88 thousand t in 2015. Respectively, the increase has made …

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DART Airlines to Start the First Direct Flights from Kiev to Tbilisi

DART Airlines will operate Kiev Tbilisi Kiev flights for the first time. Ukrainian airline will start regular flights to Kiev Zhuliany airport twice a week on Monday and Friday. The company will use Airbus 320-321 and Boeing 737-500 to operate the flights. DART Airlines is the third Ukrainian airline which …

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Eight New Airlines Launch Operation at Tbilisi Airport

Eight New Airlines Launch Operation at Tbilisi Airport

January-September period has recorded 23% upturn in passenger turnover at Georgian airports. The reporting period registered 2 181 684 passengers transported, up 103% compared to the same period of 2012. Market ratios of airports are as follows: Tbilisi International Airport – 79.1%, Batumi International Airport – 12,4%, Kutaisi International Airport – 8,4% and Mestia …

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Regular Flights to Commence Between Tbilisi and Ashgabat

Regular Flights to Commence Between Tbilisi and Ashgabat

A new flight destination has been added to the Tbilisi International Airport. Following negotiations between representatives of Turkmenistan Airlines and TAV Georgia officials, it has been confirmed that Turkmenistan Airlines is to conduct regular flights on the Ashgabat-Tbilisi-Ashgabat route from September this year. Flights will be performed twice a week …

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Tbilisi International Airport Starts to Consume Solar Energy

Tbilisi International Airport Starts to Consume Solar Energy

First time in Caucasus region, Tbilisi International Airport starts to consume Solar Energy. According to TAV Georgia, Construction of Solar electricity generation system at Tbilisi International Airport’s car park comes to its end. The mentioned project considers the introduction of the clean energy consumption in Georgia The works are carried within …

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