List of Airports in West Virginia

The state of West Virginia acts as a hub for charter flights and regional airlines in the mid-Atlantic. This status comes from the state's location near popular tourist destinations. Airports throughout the state provide alternatives to busier airports in Ohio, Virginia and the Carolinas. West Virginia's 34 airports as listed on AirNav range from small runways for private jets to airports serving national carriers.

Elkins-Randolph County Regional Airport

The Elkins-Randolph County Regional Airport offers two runways in central West Virginia. This airport features hangars and 24-hour fueling stations used by charter pilots. The terminal houses a Hertz rental counter open during the week.



Aspiring pilots can complete flight training at the airport through Elkins Aviation. The airport contains a flight simulator and classrooms used by young pilots during ground sessions. The FAA also keeps a flight examiner on premises to inspect outgoing aircraft.



The Elkins Pilot Club holds meetings and demonstrations from spring through fall at the airport.



Elkins-Randolph County Regional Airport

1000 Airport Drive

Elkins, WV 26241

304-636-2726

elkinsairport.com

Greater Cumberland Regional Airport

The Greater Cumberland Regional Airport maintains four runways for chartered flights and experimental planes. Passengers can reach ski resorts and other area attractions with the help of the Enterprise Rent-a-Car counter.



Charter companies work with onsite companies like Dirty Bird Detailing and Jet Age to maintain their aircrafts. The Marathon Aviation Flight Training Center within the airport trains commercial and private pilots. The airport also hosts events and lessons for the Cumberland Soaring Group.



The second floor of the terminal includes the Cohongaronta Gallery, a series of displays about aviation history.



Greater Cumberland Regional Airport

Route 1, Box 99

Wiley Ford, WV 26767

304-738-0002

cumberlandairport.com

Greenbrier Valley Airport

The Greenbrier Valley Airport in southern West Virginia is popular among skiers traveling to area resorts. The airport touts its single runway as the longest runway in the state.



This airport features non-stop daily flights to Cleveland through Continental. Travelers can also schedule nonstop flights to New York City and Atlanta at the Delta counter.



The terminal offers space for five car rental companies along with multiple taxi services. Pilots and passengers alike can access wireless Internet in select areas within the terminal.



Greenbrier Valley Airport

PO Box 329

Lewisburg, WV 24901

304-645-3961

gvairport.com

Yeager Airport

Yeager Airport is West Virginia's biggest airport and serves travelers in the Charleston area. Passengers can book flights through major carriers like AirTran, American Airlines and US Airways.

The airport schedules multiple non-stop flights each day to cities like Charlotte, Atlanta and Orlando.



The terminal offers several dining options including Gino's Pizzeria & Pub. Tourists can reserve cars through five rental car companies or hail a cab from C&H Taxi.



Yeager Airport houses classes and training planes for Northern Wings Flight Training.



Yeager Airport

100 Airport Road

Charleston, WV 25311

304-421-1502

yeagerairport.com