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Austin-Bergstrom International Airport

The Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) is the main airport serving Austin and is located 5 miles southeast of the city. Located on the site that was once the Bergstrom Air Force Base, it is now the third busiest airport in Texas after Dallas/Fort Worth International and George Bush Intercontinental Airports. The Barbara Jordan Terminal provides the bulk of the airport, with 34 gates serving flights to destinations in the US, North America, and Europe. Inside the terminal, a live music stage is set up, where local bands can perform—fitting for the "Live Music Capital of the World." To accommodate increased passenger loads, the Barbara Jordan Terminal is set to be expanded by 2040.

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Trip Support will help you find cheap deals in Austin. We have teamed up with the best airlines in the world and have centralized their options into one easy-to-use website. That way, you can find the flight that works best for you. The best times to visit Austin are during the shoulder seasons of spring (March through May) or autumn (September through November). During these months, you'll avoid the sweltering heat of Texan summers without missing out on the vibrant scene Austin has to offer. A downside, however: most tourists also tend to visit during the shoulder seasons. Whatever the case, make sure you plan to visit during one of Austin's signature festivals.

Austin Travel Guide

Ah, Austin. Home to musicians, artists and hipsters. Austin is a vibrant city with a clash of various scenes. In recent years, it has grown as a tech hub, with many start-ups popping up here. Interspersed with these are entrepreneurs, musicians, and cowboys. As you can tell, every kind of person walks through the streets of Austin. Here, you can jump into the waters of Barton Springs, visit the Bullock Texas State History Museum, or peruse the LBJ Presidential Library. After a day spent doing these activities, make sure to visit a music venue or music festival. Austin City Limits and SXSW are two of the most famous music festivals in the world, after all.

The Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) is the main airport serving Austin and is located 5 miles southeast of the city. Located on the site that was once the Bergstrom Air Force Base, it is now the third busiest airport in Texas after Dallas/Fort Worth International and George Bush Intercontinental Airports. The Barbara Jordan Terminal provides the bulk of the airport, with 34 gates serving flights to destinations in the US, North America, and Europe. Inside the terminal, a live music stage is set up, where local bands can perform—fitting for the "Live Music Capital of the World." To accommodate increased passenger loads, the Barbara Jordan Terminal is set to be expanded by 2040.

Trip Support will help you find cheap deals in Austin. We have teamed up with the best airlines in the world and have centralized their options into one easy-to-use website. That way, you can find the flight that works best for you. The best times to visit Austin are during the shoulder seasons of spring (March through May) or autumn (September through November). During these months, you'll avoid the sweltering heat of Texan summers without missing out on the vibrant scene Austin has to offer. A downside, however: most tourists also tend to visit during the shoulder seasons. Whatever the case, make sure you plan to visit during one of Austin's signature festivals.

Ah, Austin. Home to musicians, artists and hipsters. Austin is a vibrant city with a clash of various scenes. In recent years, it has grown as a tech hub, with many start-ups popping up here. Interspersed with these are entrepreneurs, musicians, and cowboys. As you can tell, every kind of person walks through the streets of Austin. Here, you can jump into the waters of Barton Springs, visit the Bullock Texas State History Museum, or peruse the LBJ Presidential Library. After a day spent doing these activities, make sure to visit a music venue or music festival. Austin City Limits and SXSW are two of the most famous music festivals in the world, after all.

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