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Asheville (AVL) Airport Terminal

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Asheville Regional Airport NC
Seldom any long lines at the Asheville Airport!

Asheville Airport

The Asheville Regional Airport (AVL) Terminal makes a trip to Asheville very easy and convenient. New are lower rates for flights and $17.8 in terminal improvements! The terminal has just four gates (very little walking) and is 11 miles south of downtown Asheville. It's also just 10 miles from downtown Hendersonville.

Six airlines service the Asheville Airport: Continental, Delta, American, Northwest and US Airways and AirTran Airways. The airport is seldom crowded, so you can get in and out in a breeze!

The Airport Ground Transportation desk is conveniently located in the Baggage Claim area of the Asheville Regional Airport. Whether your destination is local or in one of the surrounding counties, taxi cab service can be obtained at the Ground Transportation desk. For Ground Transportation service, call 828-209-3660

Rental car agencies at the airport include Avis, Budget, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Hertz and National/Alamo.

Recently, the airport completed $8.5 million in renovations and additions that added a staffed guest services desk, second baggage carousel, fifth rental car desk and reconfigured office space behind ticket counters. The project included additional security equipment designed to detect traces of explosives in luggage and make luggage searches and other security work flow more smoothly.

Within the past year, the airport also finished an $8 million rental car facility and added boarding ramps to keep passengers using ground-level gates out of the weather for $1.3 million.

The projects are part of the airport's longstanding efforts to make flying through Asheville Regional more attractive. Convenience is the airport's main selling point, although airport statistics say it has generally become more competitive on price with competing airports in the last 12 months.

Staff at the guest services desk provide travel information, arrange transportation to or from the airport and perform other services like selling stamps or shipping packages. It is staffed from 8:30 a.m. until the last flight arrives at night.

Get more info on the Asheville Airport website.

Other options for flying into the area, check out the Greenville/Spartanburg, SC (GSP) airport or Charlotte, NC(CLT) airport.


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