Augusta Regional Airport announces Reinstatement of Washington D.C. Service through American Airlines!
Augusta Regional Airport (AGS) is thrilled to announce the February 11th resumption of direct service to and from Ronald Reagan National Airport (DCA) with American Airlines.
The current DCA service began on January 7, 2020 and experienced steady growth. However, it was temporarily suspended in the spring of 2020 due to airline industry impacts brought on by the onset of the Coronavirus Pandemic. The reinstated flight will resume on February 11, 2021 and initially begin as 4-day per week service, arriving/departing on Thursdays, Fridays, Sundays, and Mondays, and will increase in frequency (days of the week) in April. The times are as follows:
Arrives from DCA to AGS: 11:56am
Departs AGS to DCA: 1:31pm
Aircraft Type: 50 Seat Embraer ERJ-145
“We are pleased to announce the continuation of the Washington, DC Service,” said Mr. Herbert Judon Jr., Augusta Regional Airport Executive Director. “I can’t reiterate enough the significance of this flight. Washington DC is arguably our region’s most important destination directly connecting our local cyber, military, political, and business entities to the National Capital Region. I understand things are still precarious for some as it pertains to travel. However, to ensure this flight’s viability, as local residents resume flying it is imperative that we support this particular route.”