Passengers flow October 2021

In October, Georgian airports served 280,026 passengers and operated 1,602 international and domestic flights. Over the past 10 months (January-October), 2,002,761 passengers were registered, which is 141% more than in the same period in 2020. With the support of the Government of Georgia, air traffic is being restored, international flights are being renewed and new…

Number of passengers according to September’s data

Despite the epidemiological situation, as a result of active work of the Georgian Civil Aviation Agency, the number of passengers is increasing from month to month and is gradually returning to the most active, 2019 mark. The number and frequency of flights are also increasing step by step. In September, Georgian airports served 327,004 passengers…

Restored flights and passenger growth dynamics

The Civil Aviation Agency of Georgia is actively working on restoring the air traffic at its maximum. At this point, 96% of destinations (77), 88% of countries (29), 105% of airlines (39) and 88% of frequencies (385-405) have been already restored by August 2021. Despite the current epidemiological situation in the world, the dynamics of…

Increased passengers flow. Summer makes 2021 year more promising

The dynamics of the air traffic in Georgia is rapidly returning to the most active period, which was year 2019. According to the Georgian Civil Aviation Agency, for the moment 38 airlines are already operating on 72 destinations of 27 countries. Compared to the same period of 2019, 74% of flights (375-395 frequencies per week)…

1H 2021 Passengers flow

The Georgian aviation industry is gradually returning to its normal operational rhythm and in June has already restored 53% of the destination. Also, were restored 57% of flight frequencies and have returned 58% of the airlines to the country’s navigation system. All these contributed to the active growth of passengers flow. According to Georgian Civil…

Post COVID-19 period, open borders and 2021 passengers flow

Though, the global pandemic had a major impact on the number of aviation passengers in 2020, which was reflected in a 6 times decrease in passenger traffic compared to the previous year, 2021 turned out to be much more promising. In compliance with all regulations and safety norms, the borders were opened and flights were…

COVID-19 caused more than 6 times decrease of aviation passengers in Georgian airports in 2020

Traveling restrictions and global borders closure due to worldwide pandemic spread affected Georgian aviation passenger traffic significantly. All regular passenger flights to and from Georgian airports where cancelled starting mid-March 2020. Summer touristic season passed completely without international visitors. Slight gradual recovery of flights began in autumn, but the second wave of disease disrupted plans…

In January 2020, the passenger flow in Georgian airports decreased by 3%

According to the United Airports of Georgia, in January 2020 the country’s airports served 314 thousand passengers which is 3% less than in January 2019. At the same time, the decline was recorded only due to Tbilisi International Airport, in all the rest airports of the country there is an increase versus the last year….

2019’s total number of aviation passengers reached 5.2 mln. or +3% to 2018, which is less than expected due to Russian direction ban.

According to the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia, in 2019 the country’s airports served more than 5.2 million passengers, which is 3% more compared to the same period of the previous year. The most significant growth was recorded at Kutaisi airport (+42%) due to continued Wizz Air expansion, while Tbilisi International airport…

Despite of lasting suspension of flights from Russian Federation the passenger traffic in all Georgian airports has shown 4% growth in January-November 2019

For last 11 months the number of international visitors to Georgia reached its historical peak – 8,6 million (7,2% raise) and as for passenger traffic in Georgian airports, it exceeded 4.9 million passengers and increased by 4% compared to January-November of the previous year. Georgian airports international passenger traffic stats, 2012 – 2019, 11m