U.S. based Georgian and U.S. citizens can plan their trip to/from Georgia considering the schedule of international flights announced at the web-site of the Georgian Civil Aviation Agency: http://www.gcaa.ge/geo/tbilisiout.php
Be aware that from February 1st of 2021, Georgia has lifted restrictions on the regular air traffic for international air carriers.
When planning the trip from the United States to Georgia, please consider: Not to purchase the ticket with multiple transit points outside of the U.S. on the way to Georgia; Stay in transit zone should NOT exceed 24 hours; Do NOT leave the transit zone of the airport during layover as not all countries receive visitors travelling from the U.S.;
Please, contact the airlines or the tour operators to purchase the tickets.
GEORGIA entry rules and regulations have changed as of February 1, 2021. Check the new regulations at the following link.
In order to slow down the Covid-19 spread, Georgia maintains precision-targeted restrictions. Namely, mobility/transportation is prohibited from 22:00 to 05:00 in large cities – Tbilisi, Kutaisi, Batumi, Rustavi, Zugdidi, Gori and Poti. Restriction applies to both walking and driving. Therefore, Citizens, who are traveling to/from Georgia using International Airports within restricted hours (22:00-05:00), will be entitled to obtain one-off entrance passes by calling the common government hotline at 144-1. Passenger and accompanying person/s will be given transportation permission on the basis of the flight and personal information. Passengers can also use the Airport Taxi service for night transportation, as they already have designated passes.
You can check an updated information on the of the Covid-19 management measures taken by the Government of Georgia and specific regulations at the special web-site StopCov.Ge
Check the information for International Travelers entering the USA at the following link.
The information is periodically updated.