Austin Bergstrom International Airport (AUS)
Airport Information

(Austin, Texas - TX, USA)

With direct non-stop flights to more than 30 destinations across the United States, Austin Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) is an important air transportation hub, linking Texas to the rest of the country. The single Barbara Jordan Terminal building at Austin Bergstrom serves all arrivals (Baggage Claim Level) and departures (Concourse Level), making it simple to find your way around.

Austin's airport lies next to Moores Crossing and the McKinney Falls State Park, and is situated around 8 miles / 13 km to the southeast of the city center. Limited business facilities for passengers of certain airlines are located on the Mezzanine Level, while the well-equipped Business and Technology Center may also be of interest. A year in the life of Austin Bergstrom Airport sees over nine million passengers and almost 120,000 flights, connecting many non-stop destinations.

The airport itself is owned by the City of Austin, with total construction costs believed to amount to more than $800 million. There are a wide variety of transfer options from Austin Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) to downtown Austin and beyond, connecting local districts and neighborhoods, such as the Bremond Block, Zilker Park, East Sixth Street and also Congress Avenue. Onsite you will also find local Capital Metro and Airport Flyer buses, taxis (Yellow Cab and Austin Cab), limousines and commercial and complimentary shuttles all vying for your custom and linking nearby destinations, such as San Antonio and the Texas Hill Country.

About Austin Tourism

Known as the 'live music capital of the world', Austin is a cosmopolitan city and the state capital of Texas, with an enthralling college town atmosphere. The city is also an important government and commerce center for Texas. As you would expect from its nickname, Austin has a stunning variety of clubs and bars, each with its own brand of live music and entertainment.

Bergstrom Airport (AUS) provides an important gateway to Austin, where there are also plenty of excellent performing arts venues, galleries and museums, such as the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, close to the monumental State Capitol building. Outdoor activities are very popular, with the Barton Creek Greenbelt offering cycling, wildlife watching, hiking, golfing and spa facilities. To the northwest of Austin and Bergstrom Airport, Lake Travis (part of Highland Lakes) is a particularly beautiful reservoir where you can fish, camp, hike, swim and even scuba dive.

Contact Austin Bergstrom International Airport (AUS):
Address: 3600 Presidential Boulevard, Austin, Texas (TX), 78719, USA
Airport Code: AUS
Tel: +1 512 530 2242
Fax: +1 512 530 6653
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