List of airports in Georgia (country)

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This is a list of airports in Georgia, grouped by type and sorted by location.

Georgia is a sovereign state in the Caucasus region of Eurasia, it is bounded to the west by the Black Sea, to the north by Russia, to the south by Turkey and Armenia, and to the east by Azerbaijan. Georgia covers a territory of 69,700 square kilometres (26,911 sq mi) and its population is 3.7 million.

The country is divided into nine regions, two autonomous republics, and the capital city of Tbilisi.

Passenger statistics[edit]

Georgian airports with number of passengers served in 2014, 2015 and 2016:

Rank Airport City IATA / ICAO 2014 2015 2016 Change
1. Tbilisi Airport Tbilisi TBS / UGTB 1,575,386 1,847,111 2,252,535 Increase 22%
2. Kutaisi Airport Kutaisi KUT / UGKO 218,003 182,954 271,363 Increase 48%
3. Batumi Airport Batumi BUS / UGSB 213,439 226,476 312,343 Increase 38%
4. Queen Tamar Airport Mestia — / UGMS 1,343 4,465 4,214 Decrease 5.6%
5. Ambrolauri Airport Ambrolauri — / UGAM
TOTAL 2,008,171 2,261,006 2,840,455 Increase 25.6%


Airport names shown in bold have scheduled passenger service on commercial airlines.

City served Region ICAO IATA Airport name Coordinates
Public airports
Batumi Adjara [†] UGSB BUS Batumi International Airport 41°36′37″N 041°35′58″E / 41.61028°N 41.59944°E / 41.61028; 41.59944 (Batumi International Airport)
Kutaisi Imereti UGKO KUT Kutaisi International Airport 42°10′35″N 042°28′57″E / 42.17639°N 42.48250°E / 42.17639; 42.48250 (Kopitnari Airport)
Tbilisi (capital) UGTB TBS Tbilisi International Airport 41°40′09″N 044°57′17″E / 41.66917°N 44.95472°E / 41.66917; 44.95472 (Tbilisi International Airport)
Sokhumi Abkhazia [‡] UGSS SUI Sokhumi Airport 42°51′29″N 041°07′41″E / 42.85806°N 41.12806°E / 42.85806; 41.12806 (Sukhumi Dranda Airport)
Mestia Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti UGMS Queen Tamar Airport 43°03′16″N 042°45′00″E / 43.05444°N 42.75000°E / 43.05444; 42.75000 (Queen Tamar Airport)
Poti Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti Poti International Airport 42°09′47″N 041°42′08″E / 42.16306°N 41.70222°E / 42.16306; 41.70222 (Poti Airport)
Zugdidi Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti Zugdidi (Ingiri) Airport
Ambrolauri Racha-Lechkhumi - Kvemo Svaneti USAM Ambrolauri Airport
Lagodekhi Kakheti Lagodekhi Airfield
Telavi Kakheti UGGT Telavi Erekle II Airport[1] 41°57′12″N 045°30′29″E / 41.95333°N 45.50806°E / 41.95333; 45.50806 (Telavi Airport)
Sighnaghi Kakheti Sighnaghi Airport
Mukhrani Mtskheta-Mtianeti UGMM Mukhrani Airport
Natakhtari Mtskheta-Mtianeti UGSA Natakhtari Airfield 41°55′16″N 044°42′50″E / 41.92111°N 44.71389°E / 41.92111; 44.71389 (Natakhtari Airfield)
Omalo Mtskheta-Mtianeti Omalo Airfield
Military airports
Gudauta Abkhazia [‡] Gudauta Air Base 43°06′14″N 040°34′45″E / 43.10389°N 40.57917°E / 43.10389; 40.57917 (Gudauta Air Base)
Kobuleti Adjara [†] Kobuleti Airfield 41°50′26″N 041°47′57″E / 41.84056°N 41.79917°E / 41.84056; 41.79917 (Marneuli Airfield)
Marneuli Kvemo Kartli Marneuli Air Base 41°27′33″N 044°46′59″E / 41.45917°N 44.78306°E / 41.45917; 44.78306 (Marneuli Air Base)
Senaki Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti Senaki Air Base 42°14′34″N 042°03′03″E / 42.24278°N 42.05083°E / 42.24278; 42.05083 (Senaki Air Base)
Tbilisi (capital) Soganlugi Air Base 41°38′57″N 044°56′11″E / 41.64917°N 44.93639°E / 41.64917; 44.93639 (Soganlugi Air Base)
Tbilisi (capital) Vaziani Air Base 41°37′40″N 045°01′50″E / 41.62778°N 45.03056°E / 41.62778; 45.03056 (Vaziani Air Base)
Adjara is an autonomous republic of Georgia.
Abkhazia is a de facto independent state, and functions as such since the 1992-93 war. However, the vast majority of the international community consider it to be a part of Georgia, legally governed by the de jure Government of the Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia, even though Georgia has no control over it. (see also; International recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia).

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