qutaisis aeroporti

Kutaisi International Airport

Flights from Kutaisi International Airport

Kutaisi Airport also known as David the Builder Kutaisi International Airport is located 14 km west of Kutaisi, the third largest city in Georgia and capital of the western region of Imereti.


The airport  is fully operated by United Airports of Georgia. The airport was rebuilt in 2012 and is the first international airport in the region, offering cost-efficient airline services.

The mild climate in the area and strategic location makes it alternate airport for the region. Kutaisi Airport is located within 200 kilometers from Tbilisi, and is connected to Armenia, Azerbaijan, Russia and Turkey within radius of 300 km.

The airport is equipped with the highest quality navigation and weather systems, has 2,500 m runway and can simultaneously serve up to 600 passengers, receive 2 and depart 3 flights.

Kutaisi Airport has non-stop passenger flights scheduled to 26 destinations in 14 countries.

The longest flight from Kutaisi KUT is a 1,086 mile(1,748 km)non –stop route to Dortmund DTM. This direct flight takes around 4 hours and 25 minutes and is operated by Wizz Air.

Wizz Air: seasonal flights to Vienna(VIE),year-round flights to Prague(PRG),Dortmund(DTM),Memmingen(FMM),Budapest(BUD);Gdansk(GDN),Katowice(KTW),seasonal flights to Krakow(KRK),Poznan(POZ),year-round flights to Warsaw(WAW),Wroclav(WRO),seasonal flights to Tallinn(TLL),year-round flights to Riga(RIX),Vilnius(VNO),Larnaca(LCA),Athens(ATH),Thessaloniki(SKG),Milan(Malpensa)(MXP) and seasonal flights to Rome(Fiumicino)(FCO)

Wizz Air Abu Dhabi is currently the only airline flying non stop from Kutaisi to the middle-East. They fly seasonal to Abu Dhabi(AUH).

Air Astana is currently the only airline flying non stop from Kutaisi to Central Asia. They fly seasonal to Aktau(SCO),Atyrau(GUW)and Shymkent(CIT)