Additional infrastructure construction work will be done at Kutaisi International Airport, Georgia, to serve the increased air passenger flow, George Kvirikashvili, Prime Minister of Georgia, said at today’s meeting of the Georgian Government.
According to him, seven more flights to Europe will be additionally carried out from the Kutaisi International Airport.
The Prime Minister hopes that the final decision will be made this year, as regards visa-free travels, and these two events altogether will make it possible to fly from Kutaisi to Europe at affordable prices, a this totally includes 11 destinations.
Moreover, it became known today there are plans to complete construction of the airfield in Ambrolauri, Georgia, by the end of 2016.
At the same time, the Government will announce a simplified procurement for rapid implementation of measures for the construction, equipment and commissioning of the airport handling.
According to the Prime Minister of Georgia, the construction of the airfield in Ambrolauri is very important both in order to secure the inhabitants of the region and to develop the tourism sector.
“This will give a significant impetus to develop the tourism sector in Racha in general. I think, by the end of the year, we will finish building the airfield to bring it to the working condition, and the runway will be completed, possibly, it will be possible to bring the terminal building to the state so that it would be possible to take passengers”, the Georgian Prime Minister said.