According to the Civil Aviation Agency of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia, Georgian airports served 5 209 505 passengers in 2019, which is 3.5% more comparing to 2018 and 27.63% more than in 2017.
Tbilisi International Airport
In 2019, Tbilisi International Airport served 3 692 175 passengers, which is 3.06% less (116 444 passengers) than the number of travelers transported through twelve-month period of 2018.
The agency estimates that the decline has been due to the termination of air traffic between Georgia and Russia since July 8 last year.
Kutaisi International Airport
Kutaisi International Airport increased passenger traffic by 41.51%. In total 873 616 passengers were transported, which is 256 243 more passengers comparing to 2018.
Batumi International Airport
According to the Civil Aviation Agency, 624 151 passengers were transported via the Batumi International Airport in 2019, which is 4.22% more (25 260 passengers) comparing to 2018.
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