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Asheville Regional Airport

Transportation authorities in Asheville have worked hard to establish Asheville Regional Airport as the pre-eminent airport serving Western North Carolina, and passengers arriving on Asheville flights will immediately notice the airport's dedication to value and customer service. With numerous cheap flights to Asheville arriving daily, Asheville has made a mark as the area's most cost efficient airport. The airport offers all of the standard amenities, including free wireless internet access, five rental car booths, a restaurant and bar, and a station where travellers can recharge their phones and computers. Asheville Regional Airport is roughly ten minutes from downtown Asheville, and taxis and shuttles are readily available at the airport.

Getting Around in Asheville

Flights to Asheville arrive just outside of the city of Asheville, and from there travellers can either take hotel courtesy shuttles to lodging venues or catch a bus or taxi for transportation to downtown Asheville. Asheville transportation administrators have recently augmented the city's bus service, adding lines to outlying areas and reducing fares, especially in tourist areas. The Asheville bus system is extensive, and there is a designated "free zone" downtown where travellers can get off at any stops for free. Additionally, the Historic Asheville Trolley offers inexpensive narrated tours of the city's downtown and historic areas, as well as some local attractions.

Asheville Attractions

Booking airfare to Asheville is not only the key to unlocking a world of natural splendor, but also allows for a journey back through time. Asheville is a centre of historic wonder, architectural artistry, and natural beauty, offering visitors a chance to tour historic sites surrounded by the lush gardens of the North Carolina Arboretum. The Biltmore Estate is one of Asheville's most popular historic sites, as it combined picturesque gardens with a tour of an enormous estate and a grand winery. For visitors who enjoy adventure and fright, Haunted Asheville ghost tours present the perfect opportunity to see the city's historic sites while learning about the area's famed paranormal history.

Shopping, Dining, and Nightlife in Asheville

Asheville is home to some of the most unique shopping opportunities in the world, including a variety of specialty shops that are equal parts quaint local attractions and memorable boutiques. Visitors will be particularly enamored by the Waechter's Silk Shop, which is nearly one hundred years old, and Crucible Glassworks, where customers can watch glass being blown as they shop. Asheville restaurants are similarly diverse and inimitable, and visitors can enjoy everything from exquisite Spanish cuisine at Curate to the innovative Jamaican dishes of Nine Mile. Nightlife in Asheville is an amalgamation of neighbourhood charm and big city energy, with local favourites like the Root Bar and Club Hairspray lighting up the night.

On Arrival...
  • Asheville is 11 mi from Asheville Regional Airport (Asheville, NC).
  • Asheville Regional Airport (Asheville, NC)
    • Right now, 10 airlines operate out of Asheville Regional Airport.
    • Asheville Regional Airport offers nonstop flights to 10 cities.
    • Every week, at least 234 domestic flights and 0 international flights depart from Asheville Regional Airport.

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