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Owned and operated by the City of Austin, Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is the second-fastest growing, mid-sized airport in the United States. Austin-Bergstrom is also an economic engine in Central Texas, supplying over 74,000 direct and indirect jobs in the Central Texas region. Its reflection of local food, music, art, and customer service has earned Austin-Bergstrom recognition—including Runner-Up for Best U.S. Airport in Fodor’s 2019 Travel Awards.

Our Mission 
To provide safe journeys to the world, economic opportunity to our community, and be the employer of choice.

Our Vision 
​Gateway to the world for all —­­ the AUS way every day.

Our Promise
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, our AUS Promise commits to put people first and provide a safe and enjoyable experience for all AUS employees, customers, and partners.

Contact AUS link to new pageContact AUS 

 COVID-19 Information

terminals graphicTerminals

• Barbara Jordan Terminal
• South Terminal

Airport Ambassador Volunteer ProgramAirport Ambassador Volunteer Program

The Airport Ambassador Program is a volunteer organization designed to provide exceptional customer service to airport passengers and visitors. Interested individuals may contact us via email at volunteeratabia@austintexas.gov
or call 512-530-6302.

AUS Language Access Plan

AUS News graphicNews and Information

• Stay In Tune Email Newsletter
• Airport News & Releases
• Airport Activity Reports - Passenger & Air Cargo Traffic
• Construction Updates

Master PlanMaster Plan

Existing conditions, aviation demand forecasts, development options, and environmental evaluations may be found in the Airport Master Plan.

Construction and Design Resources

Lost and Found GraphicLost & Found

AUS's lost and found department is located at the west end of baggage claim, past carousel #1.  Open 7 days a week from 7:00a.m. to 5:00p.m. For items lost in the Barbara Jordan Terminal, please submit a Lost Item Report Form: Lost Item Form.  For items left at the security checkpoints or on an airplane, please visit our Lost & Found page.

Community Outreach GraphicCommunity Outreach

Community outreach includes feeding the hungry through our Food Rescue Program, hosting Honor Flights for veterans and Wings for All.  Our airplane float is in local parades and events and we partner with Del Valle schools through mentoring, Build-A-Backpack, clothing drives and Adopt a Family.

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Austin is one of the most livable cities in the country and we want to keep it that way. From its beginning, Austin-Bergstrom International Airport has worked to reduce its impact on the environment by recycling, using alternative fuels, reducing electric and water consumption, and building with recycled materials.

icon graphic for financial informationFinancial Information

 City of Austin Current Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR)
 Airport Financial Report September 30, 2018 (unaudited)
• Airport System Revenue Bonds
• AUS Airline Rates and Charges

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Americans with Disabilities Act & Discrimination

FAA: Title VI  of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 - Regulation on Unlawful Discrimination

For wheelchair Assistance,
call 512-530-2242

Solicitation/Display/Demonstration Rules

• Permit for Solicitation/Display/Demonstration at the Airport

graphic airport rules minimum standardsAirport Rules Minimum Standards

From Aeronautic services provides to ground transportation, learn the rules of minimum standards for operation at AUS

icon graphic for AUS awardsAwards

A listing of Honors, rankings, and awards received by AUS

icon graphic Austin-Bergstrom International Airport HistoryAirport History

• Main Terminal named for Barbara Jordan
• Captain John Bergstrom and airport history
• Runways named for distinguished politicians

2020 Sustainability Report

2020 Sustainability Report