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Georgia is a country located in the Caucasus region, with Tbilisi as its capital. It is bordered on the west by the Black Sea, on the north by Russia, to the southeast by Azerbaijan and to the south by Armenia and Turkey. It is a small country, covering no more than 69,700 square kilometres.
The most popular tourist attractions of the city include Mount Kazbek, Narikala Fortress, Uplistsikhe town, Gergeti Trinity Church, Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi, Svetitskhoveli Cathedral, Bagrati Cathedral, National Botanical Garden of Georgia, Samtavro Monastery, Vashlovani National Park, Joseph Stalin Museum, Dadiani Palace, Vardzia and Mtatsminda Park. The Sulfur baths of Georgia are also pretty famous across the world, and warrant a visit.
There are several airports in Georgia, including Tbilisi Airport, Batumi Airport, Kutaisi Airport, Ambrolauri Airport and Queen Tamar Airport. The Tbilisi Airport is the largest and busiest airport of the country, operating with TBS as its IATA code and UGTB as its ICAO code. It is located 17 kms away from the city center of Tbilisi. Most flights to Georgia land at this airport. The Tbilisi Airport used to be referred to as the Novo Alexeyevka International Airport.
The Kutaisi Airport, operating with KUT as its IATA code and UGKO as its ICAO code, is also one of the busiest airports of the country. It is also referred to as the David the Builder Kutaisi International Airport. It is located 14 kms away from the main city center of the city of Kutaisi. Flights to Georgia from several destinations land here. The main terminal here is located close to the main road, so travelers will have no problem in getting to the city center via local transport. Most low tariff airlines operate at the airport.
Another one of the busiest airports of the country is the Batumi Airport, which operates with BUS as its IATA code and UGSB as its ICAO code. The airport serves Gerogia as well as parts of Turkey, since it is located close to the Turkish border. Batumi Airport has a newly renovated terminal that would be able to handle more than 600000 passengers on an annual basis.
Flights to Georgia:
The main airlines and carriers that operate in the country and offer regular scheduled flights to Georgia, include Nordstar Airlines, Wizz Air, Anda Air, Ural Airlines, S7 Airlines, Turkish Airlines, SCAT Airlines, Red Wings, Royal Wings, Small Planet Airlines.