|Origin||Destination||Travel Dates||Flights From*|
|IND||Augusta||Jul 25 - Aug 1||$105|
|BWI||Augusta||Jul 15 - Jul 21||$162|
|LGA||Augusta||Jul 7 - Jul 21||$163|
|DFW||Augusta||Jul 15 - Jul 20||$180|
|MSP||Augusta||Aug 28 - Sep 7||$183|
|PHL||Augusta||Jun 24 - Jul 8||$198|
|BOS||Augusta||Jun 16 - Jun 19||$212|
|DTW||Augusta||Jul 3 - Jul 5||$213|
|Number of Airlines Serving|
|Airlines Serving||American Airlines|
|Number of Daily Flights|
|Airlines with Direct Flights|
Ready to book the ticket for your incredible escape to Augusta? A total of 9 airlines advertise flights to this destination. Some of the most reputable carriers are:
Augusta, GA Airport (AGS-Augusta Regional) is situated 7 miles (11 kilometers) from the center of Augusta. It's the sole airport servicing the city, so you don't have to worry about your cab driver taking you to the wrong one!Where to stay in Augusta
Whether you're in Augusta on a family break, for work or for an event, you'll find the perfect place to crash. Book with Travelocity and choose from 52 accommodations within easy reach of the heart of town.
Organizing a place to stay can sometimes be a tedious task. Make the process as easy as possible and check out some of our favorites, the Augusta Marriott at the Convention Center.Places to visit in Augusta
You wouldn't want to stay in this happening city without seeing some of its wonderful attractions. The Augusta National Golf Club ought to be right at the top of your vacation bucket list.
If you're after a fun night out, see what's happening at James Brown Arena. Seeking some more ideas? Receive some inspiration, as well as education, at Morris Museum of Art, which collects, preserves and presents art to help contribute to the culture of the community. But that's not all. Gain a better understanding of the spirit of the area by walking around St. Paul's Episcopal Church, a local sanctuary.How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Augusta
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You have a hankering for sweet tea, and we don’t blame you. If the thought of grand antebellum homes and golf also tickles your fancy, it’s time for a trip to Augusta. Home to the Masters Golf Tournament every April, this stunning city lures visitors with history, gardens, and delicious dining. Come prepared to smell the roses, wise wanderer, because Augusta has certainly earned its nickname: The Garden City. Book one of our flights to Augusta and get ready for your trip to Augusta Regional Airport (AGS). Soon you’ll be soaking up the Southern hospitality and pointing your face toward the warm sun.
After scoring big on cheap flights to Augusta, you’re ready to put together an impressive itinerary for your Georgia getaway. Of course, you’ll also need to be savvy about how you get around the city. The Augusta Canal, Pendleton King Park, and more await! Many hotels near AGS Airport will pick you up via free airport shuttle, but you’ll still need a way to explore the city. Thanks to the freedom a rental car provides, you have access to Greater Georgia on your own schedule—vehicles are available at the airport. Transportation is not limited just to hotel shuttles and rental cars, however; you can also always hail a taxi at the arrivals terminal and utilize the city’s nine bus routes.
Augusta flights deliver you to a peach of a getaway in Georgia, and you can save big when you book airfare and hotels together with Augusta vacation packages on Travelocity. With your travel plans secured, the only thing left to do is pack comfortable shoes and an appetite for adventure. The Augusta river region sends out a siren song to kayakers and anglers—can you hear it? Let’s book a flight and get going!