Located just 11km south of downtown Augusta, in the US state of Georgia, Augusta Regional Airport (AGS) welcomes flights from the state capital Atlanta, as well as Charlotte, North Carolina.During World War II, the airport was used as a training facility by the Air Force and reopened for commercial use in 1950. The airport is still sometimes referred to as August Regional Airport at Bush Field.Both Delta Connection and US Airways Express fly to August Regional Airport (AGS) and as their fares have reduced in recent years, flights traffic at the airport has increased. Getting from Augusta Regional Airport (AGS) to the city center is easy via the fixed-fare taxis waiting in front of the terminal or by rental car from the numerous operators’ counters in the terminal building. There is no public transportation service connecting to the airport.Augusta Regional Airport (AGS) has a limited number of services given its small size. There are two Java Hut outlets in the terminal – one in the public area and one airside – offering a range of snacks and drinks. The airport also features a lost and found service, postal services, an ATM, free wireless Internet, vending machines, and helpful Customer Service Ambassadors on duty.There are no hotels located on-site at Augusta Regional Airport (AGS).