Asheville Regional Airport (AVL) is committed to providing a safe, efficient, and pleasant travel experience at a competitive cost. Served by major commercial airlines Continental, Delta, and US Airways, travelers can reach any destination in the world. Time is valuable, so the goal at Asheville Regional Airport is to give travelers a great experience for their time and money. 

Because travel plans begin long before reaching the airport, Asheville Regional offers an E-Newsletter to keep travelers informed, as well as an online booking engine. Over 600,000 passengers per year use AVL, and enjoy a short drive, easy parking and quick check-in, arriving at the destination refreshed and ready for business or pleasure. When the return flight is complete, passengers are closer to home, without wasting more time on the road.  

In 2011, Asheville Regional Airport was awarded the General Aviation Project of the Year by the Southeast Chapter of the American Association of Airport Executives at their annual meeting in Mobile, Alabama. 

Airport Features:
Guest Services Center
Free WiFi Internet Access
Art Gallery
Massage Chairs
Car Rentals

Directions to the Airport
Located off Interstate 26 on NC Highway 280. From Asheville, follow I-40 West to I-26 East. Take exit 40 and turn right onto Airport Road. From Hendersonville, follow I-26 West. Take exit 40 and turn left onto Airport Road.


Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) is located in Upstate South Carolina, midway between the cities of Greenville and Spartanburg on I-85 (Exit 57). GSP has grown into one of the finest airports in the country, steadily meeting the Upstate's ever-increasing needs.

More than 1.5 million passengers per year are served by 16 airlines offering 77 non-stop daily departures to 19 major cities across the US. A connection in one of those 19 cities makes access to the world easy from GSP International.

GSP's mission is to provide the citizens of Upstate South Carolina with the safest, most efficient and user-friendly airport in the world.

Airport Features:
Conference Rooms
Limousine service
Fax machine
Hotel crew rates
Flight plan room
Courtesy cars
Pilot lounge
Snack bar
Car rental

From Columbia (1.5 hours)
I-26 west to I-385 (Exit 51) toward Greenville
I-85 north toward Spartanburg to exit 57

From Atlanta (2.5 hours)
I-85 north to Exit 57

From Asheville (1 hour)
I-26 east to I-85 south to Exit 57

From Charlotte (1.5 hours)
I-85 south to Exit 57


Charlotte Douglas International Airport(CLT), located near the border of North Carolina and South Carolina, is the primary airport for Charlotte, N.C., the region's largest city and hub for economic and cultural activity. The airport is located approximately five miles from Uptown Charlotte, the city's growing financial district. Often regarded as an alternative to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson Airport, the airport provides over 500 daily departures to 120 non-stop destinations including international cities such as Frankfurt, London, Mexico City and numerous destinations in the Caribbean. The airport is served by 11 major airlines and their affiliated regional jet services. Charlotte Douglas International Airport receives high marks for service and convenience.

From I-85
Take Exit 33 to Billy Graham Parkway and travel approximately one and a half miles, exiting on Josh Birmingham Parkway at the sign denoting the Airport.

From I-77
Take Exit 6B to Billy Graham Parkway and travel approximately five miles, exiting after the second traffic light at the Charlotte Douglas International Airport exit. Availability of airport parking will be indicated on signs along Josh Birmingham Parkway.

From I-485
Take the Wilkinson Blvd./Highway 74 exit and travel approximately 1 1/2 miles on Highway 74 East. Turn right at the Wilkinson Blvd./Little Rock Road stoplight intersection. You will then pass the airport's Long Term Parking Lots. Next, turn left onto Old Dowd Road and follow the signs to the airport terminal.


Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport(ATL) proudly bears the distinction of being the world's busiest airport and has long served as a valuable hub connecting various cities and countries around the globe. However, Hartsfield-Jackson is also a prime destination for travelers visiting Atlanta and other locales in the southeastern United States. ATL's mission is to be the world's best airport by exceeding customer expectations!

I-285 Southbound:
Take Exit #2 "Camp Creek Parkway"
Turn Left at the end of the ramp
Travel Approximately 3 miles through multiple stop lights
Follow signs to "Atlanta Airport" (Left Lane)

I-85/75 Southbound:
I-85/75 is one Interstate through downtown Atlanta
Take Exit #242 "Atlanta Airport/Montgomery" (I-85 South)
Travel approximately 3 miles
Take Exit #72 "Camp Creek/Atlanta Airport" of I-85
Follow Atlanta Airport signs to Terminal North or South

I-20 East to I-285 South and follow I-285 Southbound instructions

I-20 West to I-85/75 South and follow I-85.75 Southbound instructions

I-85 Northbound Take exit #71 "Riverdale Road/Atlanta Airport" Move to the far right lane when possible and follow signs to Atlanta Airport

I-75 Northbound Take Exit #238B "Atlanta Airport/Chattanooga" (I-285 West) Take Exit #61 "Atlanta Airport/Montgomery" off of I-285 Follow signs to Atlanta Airport