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After we receive confirmed payment, we will send you your booking voucher with instructions on where the driver will meet you for your pickup, and local emergency contact numbers in case of any issues.
You'll be picked up on-time, every time, or we will not only refund your transfer, we will also give you a $100 voucher to use for any future transfers.
Prices are fully inclusive of local taxes, tolls and gratuity, and cancellations are 100% refundable when at least 48 hours notice is provided
Every single one of our transfers is 100% carbon offset.
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The Kopitnari Airport, also known as Daid the Builder Kutaisi International Airport is the main airport that serves the city of Kutaisi in Georgia. The second largest city in the country, Kutaisi is the capital of the western region of Imereti, making the airport an important mode of transportation for this economically significant city.
Aside from Kutaisi, the Kopitnari or Kutaisi Airport is also serving other regions in the country such as the city of Sukhumi, which is a holiday resort and famous for its mineral water spas and beautiful beaches.
Operated by state owned company the United Airports of Georgia, the Kopitnari Airport has one runway and serves as the hub for Georgian Airways. It recently closed in 2011 due to massive renovations but reopened in September 27, 2012. Among the many important people who attended the opening were the Georgian President, Mikheil Saakasvili, the Prime Minister of Hungary and other leaders.
Since its opening until July of 2013, the airport has been able to handle over 80,000 passengers, who fly to domestic and international destinations. Among the airlines that operate at the airport are Belavia, with flights to Minsk National, Iraqi Airways with flights to Baghdad, Georgian Airways with flights to Moscow-Vnukovo,Tbilisi and chartered flights to Tel Aviv, S7 Airlines with flights to Moscow Domodedovo, Ural Airlines with flights to Moscow Domodedovo, Wizz Air with flights to Katowice and Warsaw, Wizz Air Ukraine with flights to Ukraine, plus future additional destinations and airlines.
Currently, there are several parts of the airport that are still being renovated and reconstructed. Among the airport's many plans is to make the airport with sustainable elements. A large underground source of natural water will be built onsite, which will significantly reduce the airport's energy consumption. The proposed terminal, built with a 12,000 square meter area will also be created to be Georgia's first airport to segregate waste and establish a recycling system – all in the premise of creating an environment-friendly and sustainable airport.
Since the airport is relatively new, there aren't a lot of facilities at the airport just yet. The main terminal is still being constructed so passengers will have to make do with whatever's available as of the moment. There are no shops nor service providers at the Kopitnari Airport today, but once the main terminal building will be opened, it will be fully equipped with all the necessary facilities expected of a world class international airport.
There are also no scheduled public transports that go to and from the airport. But several marshrutkas meet passengers that just arrived, taking them to the city centre and to other cities. Marshrutkas are similar as shared taxis or vans.
If you prefer a more private mode of transportation, you can avail of taxis and car rental services available at the airport.
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