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BIA Forum Travel and Logistics
Transport from
and to airport
Pick Up Service from/to Tbilisi International Airport will be available upon request. Please send your request to the email address: travel@biaforum.ge
If you have any questions about flight details, please visit the official web site of the Tbilisi International Airport - Airport Information

Tbilisi International Airport works 24/7.
General Information
Climate: Average March daytime temp: +15° C (+59° F); nighttime: +7° C (+45° F)
Electricity: Electrical current – 220 Volts, 50 Hz. EU standard plugs work throughout Georgia.
Time Zone: GET (UTC+4)
Currency: Georgian Lari (GEL). Exchange rate Link
ATMs as well as exchange desks are available in all areas of Tbilisi as well as most towns outside Tbilisi. Major hotels, restaurants and businesses accept credit cards.
Transportation
BY AIR - Direct flights to Tbilisi are available from many European and Asian cities. Non-stop flights can be taken from Amsterdam, Munich,
Riga, Vienna, Frank¬furt, Prague, Paris, Warsaw, Istanbul, Dubai, Doha, Tel-Aviv, Athens, Baku, Moscow, Yekaterinburg, Kiev, Minsk, Alma-Ata, Astana, Aktau, Tehran and Urumqi
BY TRAIN - Georgia is connected to Armenia and Azerbaijan. Trains from Baku are available every day and for more information and timetables, please visit www.railway.ge
Accomodation
The Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi is the official host of the BIA Forum. The exclusive room rates are applicable only to the official forum dates. Reservations with exclusive rates can be made at the following LINK

Please contact us in advance at travel@biaforum.ge if:

1. You are planning to stay at the hotel for more than two nights (to receive additional discount nights)
2. You are travelling with accompanying persons, who may need extra accommodation
3. You need pickup service from/to Tbilisi International Airport
Health And Medical Services
As with undertaking any form of travel, adequate insurance is advised. Georgia has excellent medical facilities. Emergency service number is 112, which is 24 hour emergency response center. 112 calls are free of charge.
Pharmaceutical Regulations
In case an individual brings prescription drugs or psychotropic substances to the country for personal use he/she must provide English translation of the following documents certified by relevant authorities of their home country:
• a copy of the prescription
• a copy of prescribing doctor's license
• a certificate of authenticity of the doctor’s license

It is allowed to bring 10 standard doses of necessary medication to the country for personal use only. In case an individual needs more than 10 doses of treatment the medication is brought into the country on basis of a) medical documentation; b) calculation of daily dosage of treatment; c) number of days of the visit.
Visa Requirements
Valid passports are required for visitors of all nationalities. Different visa regimes are in place for different countries. For information about visa requirements for your nationality, please visit the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia.
Visa Information
Diplomatic Missions of Georgia Abroad