Wizz Air operates low-cost flights from Poland and Ukraine, as well as flights from Moscow, Russia and Minsk, Belarus. The airport is located about 230 km from Tbilisi. It's very basic, although there is a currency exchange window before immigration control and an information centre to the right of the Arrivals hall exit. Next to the information centre is a Mimino cafe, serving coffee, beer, drinks and simple snacks. On exiting, expect to be surrounded by dozens of drivers touting for buses to just about any destination around Georgia. There is an official Georgian bus transfer to Tbilisi, Kutaisi and Batumi - tickets can be found next to the information point. The bus to the capital costs 20 Lari (about €10) and the journey takes about four hours. The bus stop is to the right of the terminal exit, and in Tbilisi stops at Pushkin Park next to Freedom Square. Buses run in tandem with the flights schedule. Don’t be worried if you didn’t change money before immigration: you can pay for a ticket in US dollars or Euros.