There are three international airports in Georgia.
Tbilisi International Airport is the main airport of the country. It has a 25,000 square meter total usable area. There is scope for future expansions without interrupting terminal operations. In 2014 Tbilisi international airport hosted 1,575,386 passengers.
Kutaisi International Airport in 2013 reached the peak of its initial development in 2013 covering 10% of carried passengers on the market. In 2014 the “David the Builder” Kutaisi International Airport was used by the 218,003 passengers. Distance between Kutaisi International Airport and Hualing Kutaisi Free Industrial Zone is only 19km.
Batumi International Airport is one of three airports operating in Georgia. The new Batumi airport terminal has been in operation since 26 May 2007. With a total area of 4,256 m2, it is capable of handling 600,000 passengers a year. In 2014 the airport was used by 213,439 passengers.