Flight information when traveling to Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan

Since flight connections often change, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of our information.

You can get individual flight advice and booking for Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan from our long-standing partner Aeronautic at:

Aeronautic Airline Services GmbH (IATA 23-27333 1)
Group flights to Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, CIS countries and worldwide
Agent of HY, S7, SU, LH and PS
Pfingstweidstr. 3
60316 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Phone +49 (69) 920 347 70, fax. +49 (69) 920 347 722
Email: info@aero-nautic.de

Web: https://www.aero-nautic.de/

Alternatively, the online portal Skyscanner has proven itself for booking flights:


Wizzair offers cheap flights to Georgia on the following routes, among others:

Berlin – Kutaisi
Hamburg – Kutaisi
Dortmund – Kutaisi
Frankfurt/Hahn – Kutaisi
Prague – Kutaisi
Vienna- Kutaisi

and to Armenia

Dortmund – Yerevan
Prague – Yerevan
Vienna – Yerevan


Flights to Georgia

Are you looking for a unique travel experience in the Caucasus? Georgia is one of the most beautiful countries in Eastern Europe and is becoming increasingly popular with tourists from all over the world. If you are planning to visit this stunning country, there are several flight options available to get you there.

Some selected connections to Georgia are currently:

With Condor from Frankfurt/Main directly to Tbilisi

With Turkish Airlines or Pegasus via Istanbul to Tbilisi

With Wizzair to Kutaisi

With Georgian Airways directly from Berlin, Vienna and Paris to Tbilisi

To/from Tbilisi

Tbilisi (Tbilisi) is Georgia’s capital and largest metropolitan area. It has an international airport (TBS) that offers flights from major cities across Europe, as well as direct flights from Istanbul and Moscow. There are also some cheap airlines such as Wizz Air, Ryanair, Pegasus Airlines or Georgian Airways that offer cheap fares and fly direct to Tbilisi International Airport (TBS).

To/from Kutaisi

Kutaisi is another great destination for visitors looking to explore more of what Georgia has to offer beyond its capital. Kutaisi International Airport (KUT) operates domestic flights within Georgia, but also offers international routes, including direct connections with Turkey via Turkish Airlines or Pegasus Airlines; Ukraine via UIA; Azerbaijan via AZAL; Armenia via Armavia Air Company; Russia by Aeroflot Russian Airlines, as well as seasonal charter services offered by various other companies during the summer months.

Attention: Flights with WizzAir to Kutaisi are often quite cheap. Inexpensive bus shuttles are offered from Kutaisi Airport for the 230 km route to Tbilisi’s central Freedom Square. You need to plan about 4 hours bus ride. The shuttle buses also run back from Tbilisi to Kutaisi, matching the departure time.

To/from Batumi

Batumi on the Black Sea coast is a perfect holiday destination if your idea of a vacation includes daytime sunbathing on sandy beaches followed by nightlife adventures in local bars and clubs! Batumi International Airport (BUS), located just 7 km from downtown Batumi, can be reached via several daily domestic and international scheduled flights, mainly operated by Georgian Airways, as well as additional seasonal charter flights operating only in fly directly to the BUS airport during the summer months.

Turkish Airlines also offers open jaw flights, for example arrival to Tbilisi and departure from Batumi.

Flights to Armenia

Flight options to Yerevan (Yerevan, Yerevan), Armenia from Germany, Austria or Switzerland.

The currently most important connections are:

Lufthansa from Frankfurt and Vienna to Yerevan (Yerevan)

Turkish Airlines / Pegasus via Istanbul to Yerevan

Wizzair from Dortmund, Vienna and Prague to Yerevan

If you are departing from Germany, Austrian Airlines offers direct flights from Berlin and Munich. Turkish Airlines offers flights from Frankfurt and Düsseldorf. If your departure point is Vienna, Austria, Austrian Airlines offers daily non-stop connections as well as connecting routes via Istanbul with Turkish Airlines or via Kiev with Ukraine International Airways (UIA). For travelers departing from Zurich, Switzerland, Swiss Air Lines takes them directly to Zvartnots International Airport in Yerevan with their Airbus A320 jets.

In addition to these non-stop flights, there are numerous other airlines that offer one-stop flights, including Aeroflot Russian Airliners, which flies via Moscow Sheremetyevo; Lufthansa flies via Frankfurt; Ural Airline flies via Yekaterinburg; Pegasus Airline flies through Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport; Qatar Airways stops at Doha Hamad Intl.; S7 Airlines offer connections at Novosibirsk Tolmachevo Airport and many more!

Whether it’s a short weekend getaway or a longer holiday taking you across Europe, remember: there’s always something handy for those who want to fly direct to Yerevan – with no stops along the way!

Flights to Azerbaijan

Are you looking for a new travel destination? Think Baku, Azerbaijan! This beautiful city sits on the Caspian Sea and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or an exciting adventure, there’s plenty to do in Baku. And with numerous flight options from Germany, Austria and Switzerland, getting there has never been so easy!

If you fly from Germany to Baku, several airlines offer direct flights, which take about 5 hours. However, for those flying from Austria or Switzerland, it may be more convenient to book connecting flights via Istanbul or Moscow, as these cities have more frequent connections with the capital of Azerbaijan. Depending on your departure city and airline, prices can range from €200 to €500 per person (depending on the season).

The most important flight connections to Baku are currently:

Turkish Airlines with stopover in Istanbul

Lufthansa directly from Frankfurt

Azal from Tbilisi

Once in Baku, don’t miss visiting some of its most famous sights, such as the Maiden’s Tower – a 12th-century fortress built by Shirvanshahs – or the Palace of the Shirvanshahs – one of the oldest monuments throughout the Caucasus region from the 15th century. Also don’t miss the Heydar Aliyev Center – a modern architectural marvel designed by Zaha Hadid Architects – which hosts several exhibitions throughout the year showcasing Azerbaijani culture through works of art and design.

Start planning an unforgettable trip to the Caucasus!