Georgia Airports

Georgia has 327 public and private airports. General aviation benefits from the 105 public-use airports including access to advanced weather tracking systems and navigational aids. Regularly scheduled service by commercial air carriers is available in Albany, Athens, Atlanta, Augusta, Brunswick, Columbus, Macon, Savannah, and Valdosta.

Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is the busiest and most efficient airport in the world and the heart of Georgia’s transportation system. A variety of domestic and foreign air-carriers provide nonstop or same-plane service to six continents around the globe. Within the U.S., business travelers can reach 80 percent of the country within two hours of flight time and any major North American city within four hours.

As the 10th-largest air cargo hub in North America, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is a critical component of Georgia’s infrastructure network for transporting goods. The airport handles about 54,000 metric tons of cargo and more than 60,000 metric tons of mail on airliners and cargo aircraft.

Georgia Airports Map