Georgia Airports

As of 2019, there are 38 airports throughout the state of Georgia according to IATA and ICAO. Through the table below, you can find name of each airport, its abbreviation, city location, and size. Airports in Georgia are listed in alphabetical order. Please note that some airports serve internationally, while the other only serve domestically.

Airports in Georgia, USA

List of All Airports in Georgia

# Airport Abbreviation Location Size
1 Athens Ben Epps Airport AHN Athens, GA Medium
2 Baldwin County Airport MLJ Milledgeville, GA Small
3 Beaver Ruin Airport JAO Atlanta, GA Small
4 Brunswick Golden Isles Airport BQK Brunswick, GA Medium
5 Bush Field AGS Augusta, GA Medium
6 Callaway Gardens Airport CWG Callaway Gardens, GA Small
7 Calloway Airport LGC La Grange, GA Small
8 Columbus Metropolitan Airport CSG Columbus, GA Medium
9 Daniel Field DNL Augusta, GA Medium
10 De Kalb/Peachtree Airport PDK Atlanta, GA Large
11 Decatur County Airport BGE Bainbridge, GA Small
12 Dougherty County Airport ABY Albany, GA Medium
13 Fulton County Airport FTY Atlanta, GA Medium
14 Galleria Airport JGL Atlanta, GA Small
15 Garden Harris County Airport PIM Pine Mountain, GA Small
16 Hartsfield-Jackson Airport ATL Atlanta, GA Huge
17 Henry Tift Myers Airport TMA Tifton, GA Small
18 Lee Gilmer Memorial Airport GVL Gainesville, GA Small
19 Lewis B Wilson Airport MCN Macon, GA Medium
20 Mckinnon Airport SSI Brunswick, GA Medium
21 Municipal Airport DNN Dalton, GA Small
22 Municipal Airport DBN Dublin, GA Small
23 Municipal Airport TBR Statesboro, GA Small
24 Municipal Airport TVI Thomasville, GA Small
25 Municipal Airport VDI Vidalia, GA Small
26 Regional Airport VLD Valdosta, GA Medium
27 Richard B Russell Airport RMG Rome, GA Small
28 Salina Airport SBO Salina, GA Small
29 Savannah/Hilton Head Airport SAV Savannah, GA Large
30 Smart Airport MAC Macon, GA Small
31 Spence Airport MUL Moultrie, GA Small
32 Sylvester Airport SYV Sylvester, GA Small
33 Technology Park Airport JAE Atlanta, GA Small
34 Telfair-Wheeler Airport MQW Mc Rae, GA Small
35 Thomasville Airport MGR Moultrie, GA Small
36 Toccoa Airport TOC Toccoa, GA Small
37 Ware County Airport AYS Waycross, GA Small
38 Winder Airport WDR Winder, GA Medium

Georgia Overview

The state of Georgia has 10 million residents (2016). The capital is Atlanta, since 1868.

Georgia was established in 1733 as a British colony. It was one of the 13 colonies that originally formed the United States of America in the second half of the 18th century. It officially became a state in 1788. It separated from the USA in 1861, seeking to maintain slavery. After being defeated in the Civil War, along with the other Confederate states, Georgia returned to the Union with the northern states in 1870.

Atlanta is the capital and largest city in the state of Georgia, an important economic and cultural center in the southern United States. The City is located on the Piedmont Plateau, in the eastern part of the Appalachian Mountains.