Kutaisi David Agmashenebeli International Airport is the second in Europe by the passenger traffic growth.
According to the International Airports Council of Europe (ACI Europe), 2019 Kutaisi International Airport served 41.6% more passengers than in the previous year. The matter concerns to those airports, which have passengers less than five million. Georgian airports union reports.
It should be noted that last year Kutaisi International Airport was the leader among European airports (+52.5). This year, was ranked as the first. (+ 72.1%).
Among airports with more than 25 million passengers, Vienna has the highest growth rate (+ 17.1%); Kiev Borispol Airport is leading (+ 21.1%) is the leader of the second category (from 10 to 25 million passengers); and from the third category (from 5 to 10 million passengers) - Krakow Airport (+ 24.2%).
As of December, Kutaisi ranked fifth among small airports (+ 44.6%).
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