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Cheap Flights and Plane Tickets to Vermont

Cheap Flights to Vermont

Let Skyscanner help you complete your travel itinerary. With a simple search on our site, you can find the best deals to Vermont, including all of the flight options to and from all of that city's airports. Perform an "everywhere" search if you are interested in knowing places you can travel to from a particular Vermont airport.

Airports in Vermont

There are two major airports in Vermont:

  • Burlington International Airport
  • Rutland - Southern Vermont Regional Airport

Burlington International Airport (BTV)

This airport services commercial passenger flights, and it is also host to two military installations: the Vermont Air National Guard and an Army Aviation Support Facility. A little less than half of Burlington International Airport's commercial business is comprised of passengers coming to and from Quebec, Canada, which is just about an hour's drive from the US border.

Non-Stop Flights From Airports in Vermont

You can take a direct flight from Burlington International Airport to Toronto Island (YTZ) on Porter Airlines. Some US destinations with non-stop flights from Burlington Airport include:

  • Chicago, IL
  • Atlanta, GA
  • Charlotte, NC
  • Detroit, MI
  • New York, NY
  • Philadelphia, PA
  • Washington, DC

Airlines that fly to Burlington Airport

Commercial airlines that offer flights to Burlington Airport are:

  • American Airlines
  • Delta
  • United
  • jetBlue
  • Porter Airlines

Airlines that may not have direct flights to Burlington from the US include Hawaiian Airlines and Porter Airlines.

Burlington Airport Facilities

The airport is located in South Burlington, just a few miles from Burlington's center. The terminal is open 24 hours a day and has two levels. There is a covered parking garage with multiple levels, offering long- and short-term parking. Getting to and from Burlington Airport can be accomplished by car, either on your own or you can rent a car at one the nine car rental companies located on the main floor terminal next to the baggage carousels. Privately owned car service operators (shuttles, limousines, and charter buses) are also available with a quick phone call. Taxis are also privately owned and you can call to order a cab from the airport.

Public Transportation From Burlington Airport

The Chittenden County Transportation Authority #12 bus runs between the airport and the University of Vermont.

Rutland Airport (RUT)

Flights from Rutland Airport only offer non-stop service in the US to and from Boston, MA. JetBlue and Cape Air are the main passenger airlines with flights to RUT. You can fly from most other major US cities to Boston, then take a flight from there directly to Rutland Airport.

Rutland Airport Facilities

Getting to and from Rutland Airport is easy by car as there is a large, free parking lot within easy walking distance to the terminal. Rental cars can be ordered in advance by calling Enterprise or Green Mountain Car Rental, the two companies that service the airport. If you need a bus or taxi, it's suggested that you also call ahead to reserve a ride with the various taxi/limo/coach companies in the area. There is an Amtrak station about a 15-minute drive from the airport. There is a small café at Rutland Airport, offering hot and cold meals, salads, and desserts.

Why Fly Into Rutland Airport?

If you are traveling to Vermont for a ski vacation, Rutland Airport is just a 25-minute or shorter drive to Killington, Pico Mountain, the Equinox Resort, Stratton, Bromley, and Mount Snow. The many lovely inns, B&Bs, resorts, and hotels in the area are easy to find and book via Skyscanner.

Flights to Vermont

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