Tbilisi International Airport (ICAO: UGTB, IATA: TBS) is the leading international airport in the country, airport is located 17 km SE of the capital of Georgia – Tbilisi. It is also known as ‘Novo Alexeyevka International Airport’.Tbilisi Shota Rustaveli International Airport. Tbilisi airport it the biggest airport in Georgia. Tbilisi at night with the view of Narikala fortress and Bridge of Peace. The old part of Tbilisi with and the view on sulfur baths.
The history of Tbilisi International Airport is dated back to 1952, when the first terminal building was constructed under the direction of V. Beridze. New terminal building was finished only in 1990. Tbilisi International Airport is operated by TAV since October 2005. In Georgia the company also operates Batumi Airport for 20-year term since May 2007
TIA has 2 operating airline terminals: departure and arrival terminals; arrival terminal (total area of 12.000 m2) was only opened on September 26, 2017 due to an increase in passenger demand. Terminals are located in close accessibility to each other, therefore, there is no need for transport to get from one terminal to another.