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David the Builder Kutaisi International Airport at Kopitnari, 22km west of central Kutaisi, is a popular budget-airline entry point to Georgia. Wizz Air flies from Budapest, Katowice, Kiev, Vilnius and Warsaw, and Pegasus Airlines from Istanbul. There are also Moscow flights.


Marshrutky from Kutaisi’s main bus station, 3km southwest of the city centre behind a McDonald’s, includes the following services:

Akhaltsikhe (8 GEL, 3½ hours, three daily)

Batumi (10 GEL, two hours, hourly 9am to 5pm)

Borjomi (8 GEL, three hours, three daily)

Gori (8 GEL, 2½ hours, noon)

Mestia (25 GEL, 4½ hours, 10am)

Tbilisi (10 GEL, four hours, hourly 7am to 6pm)

Zugdidi (7 GEL, 1½ hours, 13 daily)

Marshrutka 35 & Buses to Main Bus Station & Parliament

Marshrutky to Gelati

Marshrutky to Tskaltubo


Kutaisi-1 station, 1km south of the city centre, has slow trains to Tbilisi at 4.50am (4 GEL, six hours) and 12.25pm (8 GEL, 5½ hours); Batumi (2 GEL, four hours) at 5.30pm; and Zugdidi (2 GEL, 3½ hours) at 12.50pm.