Airports in Georgia

Even though it has only 8 airports handling commercial flights, Georgia has one of the busiest US airports in Atlanta. It’s the most common option when going to Georgia. However, other Georgia airports can also be used, especially for domestic and regional flights. Some of the regional and low-cost airlines like jetBlue, Frontier Airlines and Allegiant Air offer daily flights. Therefore, these airports can be a good option for budget travelers visiting Georgia. We’ve included a map of all airports in Georgia at the end of the text.

List of airports

Atlanta Hartsfield–Jackson International Airport – IATA Code – ATL (~ 110 M Passengers)

Atlanta International Airport is the largest airport in Georgia, and one of the busiest world and US airports. Moreover, ATL airport has been the world’s busiest airport for some time now. Hartsfield–Jackson Airport has 2 huge terminals, with dozens of gates for international and domestic flights. Airport is a main hub for Delta, one of the major airlines for airports in the USA. It is located about 10 km south of Downtown Atlanta, but it also serves as an entry point for the entire Georgia. Furthermore, due to its number of connections, it is a major link between biggest US cities, as well as European destinations. Getting to Atlanta city is possible by several options – public transportation (MARTA Transit), taxis, shuttles, limos and shared rentals.

Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport – IATA Code – SAV (~ 3 M Passengers)

Savannah International Airport is the second largest Georgia airport. Locally known as Travis Field and Chatham Field, it serves the city of Savannah. Distance to the city is about 13 km, and to get there, there are several transportation options. As for the public transport, Chatham Area Transit and Coastal Regional Coaches offer their services. Also, airport shuttles and limos are available. Delta, JetBlue, United Airlines and American all have regular flights to the airport. As for the top cities – Atlanta and Charlotte are the most connected destinations. 

Augusta Regional Airport – IATA Code – AGS

  • Also Called: Bush Field
  • Nearby city(s): Augusta (11 km) 
  • Airline(s): American Eagle, Delta

Columbus Metropolitan Airport – IATA Code – CSG

  • Nearby city(s): Columbus (6 km) 
  • Airline(s): Delta

Valdosta Regional Airport – IATA Code – VLD

  • Nearby city(s): Valdosta (6 km)
  • Airline(s): Delta

Brunswick Golden Isles Airport – IATA Code – BQK

  • Also Called: Glynco Jetport
  • Nearby city(s): Brunswick (9 km) 
  • Airline(s): Delta

Southwest Georgia Regional Airport – IATA Code – ABY

  • Nearby city(s): Albany (6 km) 
  • Airline(s): Delta

Middle Georgia Regional Airport – IATA Code – MCN

  • Nearby city(s): Macon (17 km) 
  • Airline(s): Contour

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