Kutaisi International Airport’s passenger traffic increased by almost 40 percent

In January-September 2019, passenger traffic at Kutaisi International Airport, Georgia, increased by almost 40 percent.

According to the Civil Aviation Agency, a total of 629,618 passengers were transported over this period, which is by 179,201 more than during the nine months of 2018.

The abolition of direct flights en route Georgia – Russia on July 8 had practically no effect on the airport in Kutaisi, since flights from this airport are mainly carried out to EU countries.

As for the airports from/to Georgia’s Tbilisi and Batumi, their passenger flow grew by only 0.68 percent and 2.01 percent, respectively, for nine months, which is lower than the forecast figure.

In general, passenger airports in Georgia served five percent more passengers during this period than in the same period last year.

Source – https://www.apsny.ge/

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