Air Balloon







You can enjoy the beautiful and panoramic views of the city at a height of 150 meters from the air balloon gondola during the day or night.

The flight lasts for 15 minutes. Unforgettable emotions guaranteed.

AIR BALLOON TBLISI is eco-friendly and completely silent attraction. Its main flying part is a large helium balloon, and the second part is a gondola that can accommodate up to 30 people.

To ensure complete flight safety, the balloon does not work in windy weather. The ball is equipped with a special device that gives a wind forecast in advance.

To buy a ticket

You can buy a ticket on the website or at the box office.

The purchased ticket is valid for 1 month after purchase.
Live row.

Please, check the working hours of the attraction. In rainy and windy weather the attraction does not work

From the comic story of the Moon and the Sun by Cyrano de Bergerac to Jules Verne’s science-fiction narratives, ballooning amazes and holds a unique place in the collective imagination. It was finally in the second half of the eighteenth century that we witnessed the first human flight, with the Montgolfier brothers, flying over Paris at 1000 meters altitude.

At the same time, in full French revolution, the first prototypes of captive balloons are developed. They are designed for strictly military use, and the army then orders the serial construction of captive balloons. It was not until the middle of the 19th century to see the emergence of real builders of captive balloons. The first is undoubtedly Henry Giffard, but those who will actively launch industrial manufacturing are the members of the Godard family. From 1880, the builders multiply and new prototypes are imagined. Neighboring countries in turn launch models of captive balloons, Riedinger in Germany, Zeppelin in England …
Encouraged by the success of captive balloons, the military begins to use them as real air observatories – able to observe the theater of operations from the air. The recurrent defects of the balloons are corrected, they become more resistant to the wind, less visible, more efficient. Countries snapped up the plans for these balloons, and in 1917, captive balloons were designed to protect strategic cities. But eventually, the army will eventually abandon them, and the know-how of captive balloons will disappear with the Second World War.

Cyrano de Bergerac, Comic History of the States and Empires of the Moon, 1657
In 1993, Jérôme Giacomoni and Matthieu Gobbi created the Aerophile company and relaunched the construction of a captive balloon. With the absence of similar gear on the market, the co-founders then design, themselves, a device called Aerophile. A significant technical challenge – with the disappearance of plans and prototypes, all the technical specifications have to be redefined. A year later, on April 18, 1994, the first great tethered balloon of modern times was born. Never had such a big balloon been built for decades. It is installed in the castle of Chantilly, and a few weeks are enough for the first passengers to fly aboard the craft. An immediate success, which will not stop there. 2 years later, three new systems are installed in Germany, Australia and China south of Shanghai. In 1999, three new Aerophiles in France, and after six seasons of use, the system has proven itself and remains compliant with safety standards: the future of Aerophile is radiant, that of the balloon captive also. And the rest of the story, you know it. Today, Aerophile is the world’s leading captive balloon with over 97 balloons sold in 30 countries.

Our advantages
Inflated with helium and powered by an electric winch, the balloon does not consume more energy than an elevator. It is silent and rejects no pollutant.
Aerophile goes a step further in the eco-responsible approach and offers the possibility of installing on the great Captive Balloon a sensor for real-time analysis of the air quality in the city. A unique innovation in the world.
The balloon is accessible to people in wheelchairs.
The great Tethered Balloon can be equipped with internal lighting, to be seen by all, even after dark.
Use the balloon envelope to make your mark shine. Aerophile allows the addition of customizable banners on all balloons.



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Necessary weather conditions

The balloon is rightfully considered the safest aircraft in the world and, like any aircraft, it has weather tolerances for safe use.

Free flights on the ball are carried out with a wind strength not exceeding 5 m / s and there should be no precipitation at the time of the flight.

The ball is equipped with a special device that gives a wind forecast in advance.

Age restrictions

Children under 14 should be accompanied by parents

Medical restrictions

We do not recommend flights to women at any stage of pregnancy and reserve the right to prevent a guest from flying in late pregnancy.

Dress code

The attraction can be used in any type of clothing that is convenient for you, but we recommend that you wear shoes without heels and wear a hat when using the attraction.

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Опубликовано Airballoontbilisi Четверг, 27 августа 2020 г.


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