Augusta Regional Airport AGS
at Bush Field serves the city of Augusta, State of Georgia, which is situated on the border with South Carolina. It is a small airport which had recently undergone extensive renovation.
AGS Airport is on Highway 56 Spur (Doug Bernard Parkway), 4 miles south of I-520 East (Bobby Jones Expressway). NOTE: The new General Perry Smith Parkway
will lead to the southeast quadrant of the Airport.
With an estimated 540K passengers a year, Augusta Regional Airport is served by major airlines, providing service to a number of U.S. hubs, with connections around the world.
The new passenger terminal at Augusta Regional Airport
offers free baggage carts, free Wi-Fi access, an ATM machine, rental car counters, FedEx and mail drops, Lost & Found, a restaurant with catering service, an ATM machine, free carts and Customer Service Ambassadors assisting passengers around the terminal.
Current airlines serving the terminal:
American - tel. 800-433-7300; to Charlotte
Delta - tel. 1-800-221-1212; to Atlanta
Other than taking a taxi or renting a car, no public transport service is available. Yellow Cab of Augusta: tel.(706) 733-3444; SC Express Limo: tel. (803) 648-9977. Fares to Fort Gordon: $18 for 1-2 people. Each addi'l person $8; each bag $0.50.
Present and future Airport developments:
In early Fall 2016, the FAA granted Augusta Regional $14.8M for the 'Taxiway Alpha Rehabilitation Project'.