Serving the tenth largest city in the state of Virginia, Roanoke Regional Airport is well connected to neighboring states thanks to several domestic airline companies. The lower level of the terminal is dedicated to baggage claim services while all other airline facilities including the departure gates are located in the upper level of Roanoke Regional Airport.
Allegiant Air invites passengers from the city of Roanoke to popular vacation spots in the state of Florida. This modest size low cost airline offers non-stop flights to Orlando Sanford International Airport, which leads into the Walt Disney World Resort, one of the most family friendly attractions in America. The Allegiant Air flights to St. Petersburg – Clearwater International Airport lead passengers to the Gulf Coast of western Florida.
Roanoke Regional Airport is directly connected with New York City thanks to Delta Air Lines service. This huge airline offers daily trips to LaGuardia Airport, which mostly handles domestic traffic and is more convenient than the busier JFK International Airport in New York City. Virginia’s tenth biggest city is also connected to one of the largest cities in the Southeast thanks to Delta Air Lines. The airline takes Roanoke’s passengers to the company’s home base in Atlanta. The trip to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is one of the busiest routes at Roanoke Regional Airport. Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport also makes the list of non-stop flights offered by Delta Air Lines at Roanoke.
To avoid the 200-mile drive between Roanoke and Charlotte, passengers can board direct US Airways flights between Roanoke Regional Airport and Charlotte/Douglas International Airport. In fact, the trip to North Carolina’s largest city is the busiest route at Ronaoke. In addition to offering daily flights to one of the biggest cities in the Southeast, US Airways also operates trips to one of the largest Northeastern cities. Philadelphia International Airport is listed on the daily timetable of US Airways service offered at Roanoke Regional Airport.
Besides Delta Air Lines, United Air Lines is the only other company that links Roanoke Regional Airport with the Midwestern region. United Express regional service offers direct trips to the Chicago O’Hare International Airport, one of the busiest airports in the country. The only way to get between Roanoke Regional Airport and the country’s capital district is to board United Express flights to the Washington Dulles International Airport. The Dulles Airport is actually located within the state of Virginia, about 30 miles west of the District of Columbia.