Austin – Bergstrom International Airport has the ABIA abbreviation. The international airport codes are AUS (from IATA) and KAUS (from ICAO).
.Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (ABIA), located southeast of the city Austin and is only a few miles away. There are many ways to get to the center of the city. There are AUS Departures by Metro or by bus. Prefer not to use public transport? Then you can of course also travel with the taxi, limousine or shuttle service. A cheaper option is Uber, Wingz or Lyft. There are numerous companies to rent a car. In addition to the most famous such as Hertz and National, you can also rent a car at Fox, E-Z Rent a Car, Avantage Rent A Car and Dollar Car Rental.
It is useful to know from which terminal your flight is departing. Namely, there are Austin Bergstrom Departures from the South Terminal which is largely used by Frontier Airlines and Allegiant Air for low-cost flights. There is a shuttle service from one terminal to the other, but you can make it easier for yourself if you have a good preparation. However, most Austin Departures are from North Barbara Jordan Terminal. There are 2 runways available that can both be used with a departure from both terminals.
Until the corona struck the airport experienced enormous growth in the world. In the last 20 years, the number of passengers has doubled to more than 17 million in 2019. It will undoubtedly take several years before this can be equaled again. Many Austin Airport Departures are currently operated by Southwest Airlines with a 34% share, followed by American Airlines (20%), Delta Air Lines (12%), United Airlines (10%) and Spirit Airlines (7%). Most Austin Bergstrom Airport Departures go to Dallas-Fort Worth with the American company with Denver in Colorado just behind it. There are not many international flights. There are some ABIA departures to Toronto and London.