EV Charging Station at Tbilisi International Airport

There is an electric car charging station arranged at Tbilisi international airport car park. The new service will be available free of charge for any electrical car owner. The project is a result of cooperation between TAV Georgia and E-space. It should be mentioned that in 2008 Tbilisi international airport was denominated to be the first “Green Airport” in the Caucasus region. Since July, 2016 the airport has been using solar energy as well, as part of the energy consumed by it, which proves that for many years by now TAV has been operating in Georgia in compliance with the environmental standards.

Useful Information

Flight Information
Flight Information

Real-time information of arrival and departure flights at Tbilisi Airport


Your way to a secure parking space! Benefit from the attractive online parking offers of Tbilisi Airport

Shopping & Dining
Shopping & Dining

See the full range of shops in our shopping universe. At the airport you'll find a great selection of shops within fashion, electronics, design and souvenirs

Frequently Asked Questions

The Lost & found Office is located right next to the baggage claim area in the Arrivals hall.
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Smoking is allowed only at designated smoking areas at the airport
Each airline has different procedures for domestic animals. You must inquire about this with your airline company. Most airlines do not accept birds and rodents into the cabin. These types of animals may travel in the cargo section of the aircraft. There is a restriction on the number of domestic animals accepted into the cabin.
We recommend passengers to be at the airport 120 minutes (2 hours) prior to their flight.
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It is located in the middle of the Arrivasl & Departures Hall of the terminal, where qualified doctors are ready to provide medical assistance 24 hours a day.
Phone: +955 32 310 345 / +995 32 310 467
Information regarding customs procedures can be found at: www.rs.ge