Augusta Regional Airport

Orientation & Geography

North America, United States, Richmond County

Augusta Regional Airport (IATA: AGS, ICAO: KAGS, FAA LID: AGS), also known as Augusta Regional Airport at Bush Field, is a city-owned, public-use airport located six nautical miles (11 km) south of the central business district of Augusta, a city in Richmond County, Georgia, United States. In 2000, Bush Field airport changed its name to Augusta Regional Airport. The airport recently opened a brand new passenger terminal, and renovated the entire property for ease of use and convenience. Augusta Regional Airport, served by Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection, American Eagle and US Airways Express, utilizes the phrase "Fly There, Fly Home" as part of their marketing. Lower fares at Augusta Regional Airport have increased passenger usage significantly during the past two years.