Easy going and First in Class. 

Come and experience flying in a pleasant way. When you choose the Brunswick Golden Isles Airport you can rest assured that you are in good hands. 

We offer FREE PARKING every day for every flight, and you will never wait in long lines for security because there is only one flight boarding at a time. Our first class concierge approach to air travel sets us apart. Upon arrival you will find a friendly face in one of our Airport Courtesy Representatives ready to answer your questions, help you with your bags or recommend their favorite local restaurants to you. That is of course after you’ve tried our in house favorite, Tipsy McFly’s. 

Let The Delta Connection whisk you between the Golden Isles (BQK) and Atlanta’s Hartsfield Jackson International Airport (ATL) in about an hour aboard a comfortable Canadair Regional Jet (CRJ), complete with First Class options. 

The airport terminal has all the amenities you need – free WiFi, free parking, a lunch cafĂ©, free baggage carts, ATM, check-in kiosks, and conference facilities. Plus, the resort-style terminal is a wonderful reminder that the Golden Isles is a premier coastal destination!

Our southern hospitality does not end with our courtesy representatives, we are honored to have amazing partners to help you get around town. Make sure to check out our transportation page.

Georgia Department of Transportation – Economic Impact Report for the Brunswick Golden Isles Airport 

The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) recognizes that airports generate positive impacts as well as support many other sectors of local and state economies.  In the summer of 2019, the GDOT undertook a statewide study to estimate the annual economic impact of 102 general aviation and commercial airports in the state of Georgia.  The study found that the Brunswick Golden Isles Airport (BQK) genterates a total estimated $154, 929, 900 annually to the state of Georgia.  The report detailing this economic impact to our state and community from BQK is linked thru the report image below.  This study was completed pre-COVID-19.

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It was 1942, and most Americans were unaware that German U-boats were sinking American ships up and down the East Coast with frightening regularity. Even Glynn County was affected when a U-boat sank two merchant ships off the coast of St. Simons Island in April 1942.