About Travel – Tbilisi Airport Railway

Tbilisi International Airport (Georgian: თბილისის საერთაშორისო აეროპორტი) is located 17km southeast of Tbilisi and is served by taxis, buses and trains.

In 2007 a new train station was opened that links the airport to the Central Railway Station (Georgian: ვაგზლის მოედანი) in Tbilisi.

Located just 70 meters from the airport terminal, this stunning building, clad with golden glass, was designed by the Georgian company “Delta-project 2000”.

The journey from the airport to the Central Railway Station in Tbilisi takes 25 minutes.

Tickets can be purchased at the train station or on the train.

The modern and comfortable train can carry 100 passengers.

The Georgian Railway train timetable can be found here. Do check train times before you travel as they may be subject to change.

Georgia About recommends the Tbilisi Airport Railway!

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13 Responses to “About Travel – Tbilisi Airport Railway”
  1. eripanwkevin says:

    Wow!!! The train staion is very gorgeous and modern! and the train seems to be very new! I’m sure that if I have any occation to visit Georgia, I’d definitely take a train to the central railway station in Tbiilisi!

  2. The juxtaposition between the old and the new in Georgia is absolutely stunning!

  3. sorrygnat says:

    I’m so impressed; in Ukraine nothing was fancy; and still it struggles; Belarus had good subway system, but it was such a struggle to travel in Ukraine and all! George seems to have its architecture together; amazing.

  4. Wow!! Georgia has some of the most unqiue and beautiful architecture in the world! :)

  5. Chancy and Mumsy says:

    The train sounds like a fun and interesting mode of transportation. Another beautiful building. Hugs

  6. Marco says:

    The station looks nice, no question. But unfortunatly the station is – for the most flights – quite useless, because the trains runs only four times a day and only during daytime. But from the Tbilisi Airport most of the flights arive and depart during night, between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m.. This was 2011/12, maybe it has changed now! Any information?

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