Who flies into Augusta Maine?

Who flies into Augusta Maine?

CAPE AIR flies out of Augusta to Boston three (3) times a day during the winter months and four (4) times a day throughout the summer.

Does Augusta Maine have an airport?

About the Augusta State Airport The Augusta State Airport, while owned by the State of Maine, is managed and operated by the City of Augusta.

What is the name of the airport in Augusta Maine?

Augusta State Airport

Augusta State Airport
Airport type Public
Owner State of Maine

What airlines fly out of Augusta Me?

Airlines Serving AGS

  • American Airlines.
  • Delta Air Lines.
  • United Airlines.
  • Aeromexico.
  • Virgin Atlantic.
  • Air France.
  • KLM.
  • Finnair.

What is Augusta GA airport code?

AGSAugusta Regional Airport / Code

How much does it cost to park at the Augusta airport?

What is the cost of parking at the airport? The first 30 minutes of parking is free. Each additional 30 minutes is $1.00. Daily maximum for short term parking is $10.00.

What airport do you fly into for Augusta GA?

Augusta Bush Field Airport
Augusta is served by Augusta Bush Field Airport, also commonly referred to as Augusta Regional or Bush Field. The airport code is AGS.

What is the closest major airport to Augusta GA?

Columbia Metropolitan Airport
The nearest major airport to Augusta, Ga., is the Columbia Metropolitan Airport in Columbia, S.C., the state capital of South Carolina. Columbia is about an hour’s drive from Augusta via Interstate 20.

Where does Augusta Ga airport fly to?

All direct flights from Augusta to Austin, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth and Miami are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld). You can fly non-stop to New York City with American Airlines (Oneworld) or Delta (SkyTeam). To Philadelphia and Washington, you can fly with American Airlines (Oneworld).

What is the biggest airport in the state of Maine?

Portland International Jetport
Portland International Jetport is the Airport of Choice for Maine. In 2014 the Jetport served over 1.6 million passengers. All three major airline alliances provide one-stop access to thousands of destinations around the world.