AUGUSTA, Ga. (WFXG) - The Augusta Regional Airport announced that as of JMonday, June 3, customers can start to book direct flights to Ronald Reagan International Airport for flights on or after January 7, 2020.
People who fly out of the airport says the new route will decrease the stress that comes with the hustle to the plane.
“It just makes the experience a lot more seamless. Because when you fly a lot and you have to constantly change planes and fly to an international hub and fly out again, so it makes a big difference,” said Tricia Davis.
The airport’s executive director Herbert Judon said the new route will save people time and money.
“We are so happy to restore direct air service between Augusta and the Washington D.C. Capital Region,” said Mr. Herbert Judon Jr. Airport Executive Director. “Washington D.C. is our top destination and critically important for local customers. This flight will create efficiencies and savings for our partners in cyber, military, the private sector, and leisure travelers. This is just another on-going step to deliver a more diverse air service portfolio for the region.”
The schedule for these flights are as follows:
Arriving AGS 3:20 p.m.
Departing AGS 3:45 p.m.