About Augusta State Airport (AUG, KAUG)
Situated a nautical mile northwest of the downtown of Augusta, Maine, Augusta State Airport is a public use airport in Kennebec County. The airport is operated and managed by the city and is owned by the state. Augusta State Airport is categorized by the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems as a non-primary commercial service facility. Cape Air is a major airline with Boston being a top destination. Covering an area of about 406 acres, Augusta State Airport boasts a number of facilities, including two asphalt surfaced runways.
There are 37 aircraft based on the field of Augusta State Airport, such as multi-engine airplanes and single-engine airplanes. The major aircraft operations Augusta State Airport provides are military, local general aviation, air taxi, and transient general aviation.