Passenger flow in western Georgia’s Kutaisi International Airport increased by 11% in July compared to the pre-pandemic figure in 2019, with the number of flights rising by 24 %, the United Airports of Georgia said on August 5.
The airport serviced 93,919 passengers, while in 2019 the figure stood at 84,728. A total of 330 flights were serviced by the airport in July, compared to 267 flights in the same period of 2019.
Tamar Archuadze, Director of the United Airports of Georgia, called the last month “historically busiest” for the airport, pointing out “even more positive expectations”.
Currently, four airlines operate in 28 directions in 17 countries at Kutaisi International Airport. (Agenda/Business World Magazine)