Book flights from Tbilisi to Muscat with Qatar Airways
Great comfort and superior levels of service are what distinguish flights from Tbilisi to Muscat with Qatar Airways. Not only will you dine on a menu of award-winning cuisine, but you’ll have the spacious seating you need to enjoy it. These and numerous other services make the journey time pass pleasantly and come together to help you arrive in Muscat refreshed and ready to do business or see the sights.
The busy port capital of Oman has a breathtaking and unusual setting. Surrounded by sea, deserts and mountains, its history goes back all the way to antiquity. The cityscape is an intriguing mix of modern office block developments and centuries-old buildings such as the Portuguese forts along the cliff tops. 20,000 worshippers can fit into the grand and beautiful Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, with its marble-clad walls, vast Persian carpet, and 50-metre dome. Muscat also has numerous excellent restaurants and shopping malls, as well as a variety of more traditional markets.
Flying from Tbilisi
Just 17 kilometres from the capital of Georgia is Tbilisi International Airport, the country’s main arrival and departure point for business and leisure air travellers. This modern airport is expanding rapidly to meet the demands of rising passenger numbers.
Passengers flying from Tbilisi with Qatar Airways will find it to be a welcoming and well-run airport, where attentive and professional staff do everything they can to make the start of your journey a pleasant one.
Transportation and parking
Public transport to and from the airport is excellent and very efficient. The train station connects Tbilisi directly to the airport with a journey time of around 15 minutes. Buses run 24/7 and Route 37 provides a direct link from the city centre to the airport.
Shuttle services are also provided by many of the larger hotels, and taxis offer a fast and efficient way of getting to the airport, especially if you have a large amount of luggage. If you are driving, there are both indoor and outdoor car parks, offering short and long-term parking for around 500 vehicles.
At the airport
Passengers flying from Tbilisi with Qatar Airways depart from the main terminal’s Departure hall. Check-in desks and security checks are efficient and quick, and you should allow approximately an two hours before your flight is due to board to go through the process.
During peak times, the check-in desks can get busy, so if you are travelling at weekends and around national holidays then allow a little extra time to complete check-in well in advance of your boarding time.
Facilities and amenities
The airport features several commercial outlets for passengers, including a number of Duty Free outlets selling luxury goods.
Food and beverages are served throughout the airport, with cafés, restaurants and fast food venues providing a diverse selection of both traditional Georgian and international cuisine.
Wi-Fi is available throughout the terminal, and there is a large exclusive lounge offering private waiting areas, a personal porter, and some business services for VIP travellers.
Arriving in Muscat
Muscat, Oman’s capital, is actually a fusion of three individual towns. Muscat itself is the "walled city", and the site of the royal palaces, while Matrah (Matruh), which was originally a fishing village and is now the location of the remarkable Matrah Souq. The third part of this complex location is Ruwi, the commercial and diplomatic centre of the city.
Book a flight to Muscat with Qatar Airways and you’ll discover a remarkable city that offers both tourists and business visitors a warm welcome. A blend of traditional values and a modern, forward-thinking city makes this an eclectic destination full of intrigue and mystery.
Al Jalali Fort and Al Mirani fort in Qasr Al Alam Street are magnificent, imposing structures that are well worth a photo opportunity. The forts were built as prisons in 1580 and are now museums. These two citadels stand guard over Qasr Al Alam Royal Palace, which although not open to the public is still worth seeing from the outside.
The Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque is the third-largest mosque in the world, and a truly special place of contemplation and devotion. It’s also home to some spectacular artefacts, including a dazzling Swarovski crystal chandelier, and the second largest hand made Persian carpet in the world.
Muscat has plenty of open spaces too, and one in particular is popular with visitors. The Qurum National Park is also known as the Rose Gardens, and has spectacular displays of fragrant blooms all year round, as well as a man-made waterfall and lake.
A journey of 100km will bring you to Wadi Shab, a journey that is well worth making to see this natural wonder. Emerald green pools and dramatic caves make this an unexpected and beautiful excursion from the hustle and bustle of Muscat city.
Flights to Muscat with Qatar Airways land at Muscat International Airport, the largest airport in Oman. Visa restrictions for entry into the country will depend on your country of origin, length of stay and whether your trip is for business or pleasure. Before you fly to Muscat please check the visa and passport requirements.