Auguste George Airport

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Auguste George Airport
Airport type Public
Operator n/a
Location Anegada
Elevation AMSL 30 ft / 9 m
Coordinates 18°43′39″N 64°19′41″W / 18.72750°N 64.32806°W / 18.72750; -64.32806Coordinates: 18°43′39″N 64°19′41″W / 18.72750°N 64.32806°W / 18.72750; -64.32806
NGD is located in British Virgin Islands
Location in the British Virgin Islands
Direction Length Surface
m ft
09/27 762 2,500 Pavement
Source: DAFIF[1]

Auguste George Airport (IATA: NGDICAO: TUPA) is the northern most airport in the British Virgin Islands and is located on the island of Anegada. The airport is named for Captain Auguste George. There are only a handful of air charter companies who serve the island, and currently there is no scheduled air carrier service. Island Birds Air Charter and Fly BVI Ltd offer direct on-demand air charter service from Beef Island (Tortola), Virgin Gorda, St. Thomas, San Juan, Antigua and St. Maarten to the aerodrome on Anegada. The company is also the originator of the Anegada Day Trip, arriving daily at 09:45 and departing for Beef Island or Virgin Gorda at 5:30 pm. The Original Anegada Day Trip includes round-trip airfare, taxi service from the Auguste George Airport to the beach at Loblolly Bay, and a lobster lunch at The Big Bamboo beach bar & restaurant. This service is also provided by Island Birds Air Charter (

Captain Jeffery Brown of Fly BVI Ltd, holds the unofficial title of 'Captain Anegada' at present.


  1. ^ Airport information for TUPA at Great Circle Mapper. Source: DAFIF (effective October 2006).

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