Nearest major airport to Augusta, Georgia:

The closest major airport to Augusta, Georgia is Augusta Regional Airport at Bush Field (AGS / KAGS). This airport is 8 miles from the center of Augusta, GA. If you're looking for domestic flights to AGS, check the airlines that fly to AGS.

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International airports near Augusta, GA

151 miles: Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport - Atlanta, GA (ATL / KATL)
160 miles: Charlotte Douglas International Airport - Charlotte, NC (CLT / KCLT)
173 miles: Charleston International Airport - Charleston, SC (CHS / KCHS)
222 miles: Myrtle Beach International Airport - Myrtle Beach, SC (MYR / KMYR)


Domestic airports near Augusta, GA

8 miles: Augusta Regional Airport at Bush Field - Augusta, GA (AGS / KAGS)
68 miles: Columbia Metropolitan Airport - Columbia, SC (CAE / KCAE)
104 miles: Athens-Ben Epps Airport - Athens, GA (AHN / KAHN)
135 miles: Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport - Greenville, SC (GSP / KGSP)


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Local airports near Augusta, GA

4 miles: Daniel Field - Augusta, GA (DNL / KDNL)
27 miles: Aiken Municipal Airport - Aiken, SC (AIK / KAIK)
42 miles: Barnwell Regional Airport - Barnwell, SC (BNL / KBNL)

Map of airports near Augusta, GA

Augusta, Georgia

City: Augusta
State: Georgia
Country: United States
Category: cities

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