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Owned and operated by the City of Austin, Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is one of the fastest-growing airports 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. 

To reach the airport, please call 512-530-2242. 

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

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


Terminals

Allegiant & Frontier travelers are encouraged to park on-site in the South Terminal's parking lot.   There is a shuttle bus service between the South Terminal and Barbara Jordan Terminal. Pick up & drop off is every 20 minutes.

All airlines except Allegiant and Frontier operate from the main Barbara Jordan Terminal. Allegiant & Frontier travelers are encouraged to park on-site in the South Terminal's parking lot. There is a shuttle bus service between the South Terminal and Barbara Jordan Terminal. Pick up & drop off is every 20 minutes.

The Barbara Jordan Terminal is located at 3600 Presidential Blvd, Austin, TX 78719.

The South Terminal is located at 10000 Logistics Ln, Austin, TX 78719. 


Lost and Found 

AUS has a Lost and Found to help unite travelers with their items left behind in the terminal, parking lots or garages. 

To report a lost item, please complete the Lost Item Report Form: Lost Item Form

AUS lost and found department is located in Baggage Claim behind Carousel 1, on the right wall.

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Hours of Operation:
Open 7 days a week from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Phone: 512-530-5678 or 512-530-2242. If you leave a message, please leave your name, contact phone number and a brief description of the lost item.

For items left at the TSA security checkpoint, contact TSA Lost and Found at 512-386-2015.

For items left on the plane or lost checked luggage, please contact your airline.


Airport Leadership

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) is owned and operated by the City of Austin. We are the Department of Aviation which reports to the Austin City Manager’s Office. Our role as the Department of Aviation is to oversee and manage all airport operations, development, airline and aviation industry relationships, finances and external affairs.

Meet our AUS Executive Team!


Airport Ambassador Volunteer Program

The Airport Ambassador Program is a volunteer organization designed to provide exceptional customer service to airport passengers and visitors. Visit our Airport Ambassador webpage to learn more. Interested individuals may contact us via email at volunteeratabia@FlyAustin.com or call 512-530-6302.


Financial Information & Minimum Standards


News and Information

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AUS 2040 Master Plan

Airports use master plans to take a comprehensive look at the airport facility, the airport's operations, the airport's existing infrastructure, and passenger forecasts to identify future development. Austin-Bergstrom International Airport finalized its own 20-year plan in 2019. 

Visit the AUS 2040 Master Plan webpage to access the full Plan.


Airport History

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