With up to eight flights a day from Jeddah to Tbilisi, now’s the perfect time to explore Georgia’s capital. Browse our selection of Economy and Business Class fares and find the perfect flight for you.
Everything aboard our aircraft is designed with comfort in mind, featuring plenty of amenities to keep you entertained and relaxed. Explore your personal touchscreen - swipe away and discover movies, games, TV shows and music to enjoy in the sky. Our award-winning WiFi is ideal if you need to work during your flight or want to simply browse through social media.
Stay refreshed with hot dishes and snacks galore on our flights. From hearty breakfasts to delicious suppers available to pre-order, there’s a filling meal regardless of your flight time. Plus you can pick up light snacks from our onboard menu throughout your flight to Tbilisi.
You’ll take off from King Abdulaziz International Airport (JED), which is a quick 20-minute drive from downtown Jeddah. Keep it simple by checking in online from 48 hours to 90 minutes before take-off. If you’d prefer to check in in person, head to one of our counters once you arrive at the terminal. Once you’re done, head through security and relax in Jeddah’s departure hall. If you want a little extra luxury and faster boarding, browse our Business Class fares.
Your first flight will take you to Dubai International Airport (DXB). From here, catch your second flight to Tbilisi International Airport (TBS), which is 18km east of the city centre. Take a train to Tbilisi central railway station and you’ll be there in 20 minutes, or hop on one of the regular buses to the city. Just outside the terminal, you’ll find a taxi stand. If you’d rather explore Tbilisi by car, you can hire a car with us.
Tbilisi’s history is clear to see as you meander through the parks, streets and markets of this beautiful city. Spend a day wandering the old town and exploring the ruins of an ancient monastery. Alternatively, dedicate a little time to finding out why this city is hipper than ever. Whether you’re sipping coffees in a sewing-factory-turned-hostel or soaking up the modern architecture around the city, there’s a thriving new cultural scene to discover in this laid-back and affordable Eurasian getaway.