Air & Truck Transit Times
- Ga. Hwy 300 provides four-lane access to Florida and Interstates 75 and 10
- US Hwy 82 provides four-lane access to Interstates 75, 85, 95 and 185, as well as to the Georgia Coast
- US Hwy 19 provides four-lane access to Atlanta and connects all four-lane highways
- Airport code, ABY
- Runway lengths: 6,601-foot grooved asphalt runway; 5,219-foot cross-wind grooved asphalt runway
- 35-minute flight to Atlanta
- Southwest Georgia Regional Airport (ABY) in Albany is the state’s second-largest cargo airport by landed weight. The airport offers three nonstop, daily, 35-minute Delta flights to Hartsfield-Jackson International Aiport (ATL) in Atlanta utilizing regional jet equipment. On site at the airport is a UPS sorting facility. Airport amenities include a 6,601-foot grooved asphalt runway; aircraft tie downs; hangar rentals; lighted runways; precision and nonprecision approaches; and an additional 5,219-foot cross-wind grooved asphalt runway. The airport has a new cargo parking apron for expanded cargo operations and room for cargo carrier expansion. The airport features a privately-managed, full-service, fixed-base operator. Southwest Georgia Regional Airport unveiled a new, multimillion-dollar airport terminal in 2013.
- Albany-Dougherty County served by Norfolk-Southern Corp. and Georgia & Florida Railway
- Two switching yards conveniently serve corporate citizens
- Switching service provided seven days per week by Norfolk-Southern and six days per week, to customer specs, by Georgia & Florida Railway
- Georgia offers 5,000 miles of track, the most extensive system in the Southeast
Ports Within 250 MilesAtlantic Coast
- Port of Savannah, Ga.
- Port of Charleston, SC
- Port of Jacksonville, Fla.
- Port of Panama City, Fla.
- Port of Pensacola, Fla.
- Port of Mobile, Ala.
Port within 350 miles
- Port of New Orleans, La.
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