The main international airport in Georgia

The first airport terminal building was constructed in 1952. Designed by the architect V. Beridze in the style of Stalinist architecture the building featured a floor plan with symmetric axes and a monumental risalit in the form of a portico. The two side wings featured blind arcades in giant order. A new terminal building was finished in 1990, designed in the International style.

The airport has a contemporary and functional design. It is designed to provide the optimum flow of both passengers and luggage from the parking lot to the planes, with a 25,000 m2 total usable area. There is scope for future expansions without interrupting terminal operations. Due to an increase in passenger demand, the new arrivals terminal was constructed and opened in August 2017. The new terminal occupies 12 000 sq. meters, it has a new two-exit boarding bridge, five new parking lots for planes, Three 150 meters long luggage carriers, and a new parking lot for 250 cars.

Now total capacity of the airport is 4.0 million passengers per year.

During 2016, the main runway of the airport was resurfaced and fitted with new navigation lights, which will improve the safety level of the runway.

Tbilisi airport main specifications

  • TBS / UGTB
  • Runway: 3000 m
  • Aircraft parking stands: 53
  • Terminal capacity: 4.0 mln per year
  • Check-in counters: 40
  • Boarding gates: 11
  • Baggage Claim Belts: 5

Gulf Aviation Georgia operates in Tbilisi International Airport since 2007. It operates modern IATA certified terminal and fleet of fuelling trucks and hydrant dispensers.  Gulf Aviation Georgia has built and operates the only and unique hydrant system in the airport which allows quick  and safe refueling of all kinds of aircrafts.

Gulf Aviation Georgia provides following grades of aviation fuel in Tbilisi International Airport:

  • JET A-1
  • TS-1

If you are interested in refueling services in Tbilisi airport please contact us.

Airport website:      tbilisiairport.com