“Now we are working to resolve runway strip construction issue together with TAV. The government adopted a resolution, according to which, the state will finance the runway construction on bilateral basis, and a contract with TAV will not be extended for another 10 years ,"- said Mr. Kvirkashvili.
TAV Georgia planned to invest 65 million in the construction of a new runway in the airport. In return for this investment, the operational rights of TAV Georgia which is the operator company of Batumi and Tbilisi international airports, have been extended for 10 years 9 months from February 2027 to November 8, 2037. After completion of construction works, Tbilisi airport’s renovated runway would receive F code and would be able to accept all types of aircraft.
TAV Georgia is daughter of Turkey's leading company TAV Airports.
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