The steep increase in private flights at Augusta Regional Airport during Masters Week contributed to a 14 percent decrease at Daniel Field, a small general aviation airport.
A Federal Aviation Administration restriction on planes landing at Daniel Field under certain conditions at nighttime remains in place, and an airport official said it will have minimal affects on ...
Private jets flying into Augusta for the week of the Masters Tournament must follow a different system for landing and parking aircraft after an effort in recent years requiring reservations ...
Daniel Field is looking to make money from the 1940s-era glass in its hangar doors, which are being refurbished using the special sales tax for transportation projects.
Daniel Field, managed by operations company Augusta Aviation, has spent more than $30,000 conducting land surveys, removing 30 trees and installing red blinking lights on top of the Newman Tennis ...
A heavily contested Verizon Wireless tower proposed on Wrightsboro Road near Daniel Field Airport was shot down Wednesday by planning commissioners.
A proposed Verizon Wireless cellphone tower on Wrightsboro Road has drawn concerns from the operator of Daniel Field airport, who says the FAA-approved tower poses a safety risk to aircraft.
Augusta-area airports have scheduled extra commercial flights and hired additional staff to accommodate thousands of additional travelers flying into the city during its biggest tourist week of ...
Because of a new reservation system at the area's four airports, private aircraft operations dropped at Augusta Regional Airport and rose at Daniel Field.
The General Aviation Commission voted Monday to continue working towards a settlement with the contractor for a terminal renovation.
Georgia's public 104 airports, including Augusta Regional Airport and Daniel Field, support an estimated 471,000 jobs paying a total of $17.8 billion.
Masters Week ramps up the volume of customers for restaurants and hotels, and the airports are no different.
Private airplanes carrying Masters Week guests to Augusta will increase air traffic to Daniel Field.
The newly-renovated terminal at Daniel Field airport will be dedicated and re-named Boshears Terminal on Wednesday morning after two years of construction.
Major renovations and expansion work are under way on the almost 60-year-old Daniel Field terminal. The project is scheduled to be finished in November.
As Daniel Field prepares to change airport managers for the first time since 1997, officials are looking to other changes, too.
Daniel Field's General Aviation Commission has selected a replacement for longtime manager Buster Boshears.
Willis M. "Buster" Boshears Jr. will be retiring as airport manager at Daniel Field in January.