Book flights to Bahrain from Tbilisi and enjoy a wealth of sights on this small island in the Arabian Gulf. Multiple flights cruise across this route every week with a short stopover at Dubai. With a wide choice of flight times to choose from and the option to travel in either Business or Economy Class, you can customise your journey, whether you’re travelling for business or a leisurely break.
Enjoy home comforts with an Economy Class ticket for your flight to Bahrain. Make use of our award-winning WiFi, watch a movie on your personal HD touchscreen or listen to music and unwind in your ergonomically-designed seat. You can buy a range of light snacks and drinks onboard or if you’d prefer to eat something hot, you can pre-order a delicious internationally-inspired meal ahead of time.
Treat yourself to extra comfort on your journey to Bahrain with a seat in Business Class. At the airport, enjoy the convenience of dedicated Business Class check-in before taking some time to relax in the exclusive premium lounge. Once onboard, experience top quality service as a crew member takes you to your reclining Italian leather seat where delicious food and drinks will be served to you throughout the flight.
Head south-east out of the city centre in the direction of Tbilisi International Airport (TBS), where your journey to Bahrain begins. The journey takes approximately 25 minutes – you can either catch a taxi or drive yourself, with plenty of parking available near the terminal building. There’s also the option to hop onto the train at Tbilisi Central Railway or ride the bus.
Check-in online before you set off for TBS to help save time on arrival. Our online service opens between 24 hours and 90 minutes prior to departure. Avoid the need for a print out by downloading your mobile boarding pass to your phone, which you’ll be able to scan when you arrive at your gate.
If you do prefer to check-in at the airport, simply make your way to our designated check-in desks where a member of staff will be on hand to check-in your luggage. Once you’re through security, take the opportunity to browse the duty free shops and enjoy a quick bite to eat before making your way to your gate to board.
More than three hours later, you’ll land in Dubai International Airport (DXB) where you’ll catch your connecting flight to Bahrain. Take this time to stretch your legs before continuing the next leg of your journey.
The second flight will take approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes and you’ll land at Bahrain International Airport (BAH). The airport is only a short distance away from Manama, the country’s capital city. To get there, hop in one of the taxis waiting outside the terminal building or hire a car and explore at your own pace.
Home to pearl fishing spots, delicious cuisine and the mysterious Tree of Life, there’s more to Bahrain than meets the eye. If this is your first time in the country, visit the popular National Museum to learn about Bahrain’s rich heritage through exhibited archaeological relics. If that captures your interest, take a walk around the UNESCO World Heritage listed Bahrain Fort to discover more history. This 16th-century moated stronghold once guarded Gulf and is a particularly spectacular sight to see during sunset. Experience all of this and more during a trip to Bahrain.
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