Cheap Flights to West Virginia

Cheap flights to West Virginia will land at one of six main airports in the state. Major cities in West Virginia, like Charleston, are home to awe-inspiring attractions, including the West Virginia State Capitol and Appalachian Power Park. The Big Sandy Superstore Arena and Marshall University are just a few of the sites you might want to visit in Huntington.

Flights to West Virginia

The two largest cities in West Virginia are Huntington and Charleston. Yeager Airport (CRW) is one of the state's top airports because it's just 3 miles away from downtown Charleston. American Eagle, Delta Connection, Delta Air Lines, United Express and Spirit Airlines all offer flights to West Virginia via this airport. The airport offers ground transportation via rental car companies like Avis, Budget, Hertz, National and Enterprise, but you can also take a shuttle to your hotel or hail a taxi. C&G Taxi can get you to most downtown locations for $20 or less.

Just 3 miles away from downtown Huntington is the Tri-State Airport (HTS), which serves West Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio. Both American Eagle and Allegiant Air offer flights to West Virginia that land here. This small airport has just one terminal with the flight information desks, baggage claim, waiting area and rental car desks. You can rent from Enterprise, Avis or Hertz. The airport also has its own small restaurant on site. Express Cab and Yellow Cab pick travelers up from the airport, and you'll pay around $20 to get to downtown Huntington.

Attractions in West Virginia

Multiple companies offer white-water rafting expeditions down the Gauley River, and if you like hiking, you'll enjoy state parks like Cedar Creek State Park and North Bend State Park. These parks offer camping spots for visitors who bring their own gear, and some have cabin rentals available too. Some of the top attractions in Charleston include the Clay Center, Charleston Civic Center and Magic Island. If you book cheap flights to West Virginia that land in Huntington, you can explore attractions like the Huntington Museum of Art, Camden Park and Museum of Radio and Technology.

Travel Tips for West Virginia

If you visit in August, you can check out the State Fair of West Virginia, which boasts live entertainment, contests and carnival rides. Travelers also enjoy other annual events, including the Festival of the Rivers, the West Virginia Black Heritage Festival, the Treasure Mountain Festival and the Mothman Festival.

To find a great restaurant in Charleston, head to Lee Street near the Kanawha River where you'll see everything from chain restaurants to specialty Italian bistros. Depending on where you dine, dinner for two can cost as little as $20 or as much as $100. To try a classic West Virginia dish, dig into some beans and cornbread or pepperoni rolls.

Winter temperatures in West Virginia can drop below 30 degrees Fahrenheit and bring some snow, but summer days can reach highs of more than 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

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