AGS Preparations for 2023 Masters Week

Augusta Regional Airport (AGS) prepares for an influx of visitors April 3rd – 10th by implementing parking protocols, highlighting local artists, and offering more direct flights though Delta and American Airlines.

As part of AGS’ curb enforcement implementation, the Airport continues the parking protocols for all “for hire” commercial ground transportation operators. These protocols extend to for profit enterprises that enter the premises for the sole purpose of picking up passengers i.e., taxies, limousines, hotel/motel shuttle services, and hospitality transportation services. During the week of April 3rd – 10th these operators will be required to pay a nominal trip fee of $2.00, to gain access to a designated parking lot adjacent to the main terminal building. All “for hire” commercial ground transportation operators will be required to use this lot to stage their vehicles and pick-up passengers. 

AGS visitors will also see a glimpse of the area’s local talent. The Airport’s Art Program will have the beautiful pieces from Cyndy Epps and Carrie Everitt on display in the gate area of the main terminal. The gate area will also highlight the musical talents of Josephine Johnson, Matt Dahlheimer, Adam Harris Thompson, Bill Karp, John Hobbs, JaVonne Jones, and Fred Williams.

In addition to regularly scheduled destinations, Washington D.C., Dallas, Charlotte, and Atlanta. Delta and American Airlines will offer additional direct flights to and from Augusta during the week of the Masters®.  This year’s itinerary includes direct service to and from Austin, Boston, New York, Miami, Chicago, Philadelphia, Phoenix, and Detroit.

“We are prepared and excited for the influx of visitors who will travel through the Augusta Regional Airport in the coming weeks,” said Herbert Judon Jr. Airport Executive Director. “These temporary procedures, art works, and performers are sure to enhance both the safety and customer experience while at the Airport.
As we do every year, we also highlight and encourage locals to take advantage of the increased destinations

of direct flights.”

Please visit www.FlyAGS.com for full details on the above mentioned.

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