Discover a blend of European and Asian influences in Georgia’s capital when you book flights to Tbilisi from Kuwait. There are daily flights between the two cities with a short connection in Dubai, so you can choose a day and time to suit you. Whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure, you’ll find a range of rates across both Economy and Business Class.
You’re in for a comfortable flight when you book an Economy Class ticket. The seats are ergonomically-designed to fit the contours of your body and there’s ample legroom. Sit back, choose a film or TV show on your personal touchscreen and connect your tablet or phone to the onboard WiFi so you can browse the internet as you fly. There’ll be a variety of drinks and snacks available to you throughout the flight or you can pre-order a hot meal from our delicious internationally-inspired menu.
Business Class ticket holders travel in the ultimate luxury. As soon as you arrive at the airport you’ll be fast tracked through check-in and security to a premium lounge, where you can take advantage of the amenities ahead of your flight. Once on the plane, recline in your Italian leather seat and unwind with drinks and snacks served throughout your journey.
Make your way to Sheikh Saad Al Abdallah Airport (KWI) to begin your journey which is situated 16km south of Kuwait City. It’ll take around 20 minutes to travel from the city centre by car. You can take a taxi or, if you’d like to drive, you’ll find short and long-stay parking available at Kuwait (KWI).
Head straight for departures to our check-in desk where a member of staff will be waiting to assist you. If you would like to speed up the process on arrival, you can check-in online in advance. This is available from 24 hours up to 90 minutes before take-off. Make your way to security and then you can access the free airport WiFi, browse the gift shops and take advantage of duty free shopping.
Once you’ve boarded, it’s an hour and 45 minutes until you touch down at Dubai International Airport (DXB). Stretch your legs during this short stopover and then it’s three and a half hours from here to Tbilisi International Airport (TBS). The airport is 18km east of the city centre. Trains to and from Tbilisi Central Railway Station take 20 minutes and there are also regular buses to the city. You’ll find taxis available outside the terminal or, if you’d prefer, you can hire a car to use throughout your visit.
Situated in a valley between the north and south Caucasus Mountains, the capital of Georgia boasts dramatic scenery. Tbilisi’s location at the heart of Russia, Turkey, Armenia, Iran and Azerbaijan results in an intriguing melting pot of cultures. Dine like a local at restaurants throughout the city to get a taste of its cultural diversity. It’s also worth heading up to the top of the Narikala Fortress or Mt Mtatsminda via the Funicular for the best views of the Mtkvari River, which flows next to the cobblestoned old town and alongside contemporary architecture. The modern Peace Bridge, opened in 2010, is also worth a visit, providing more beautiful views of the city.