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Visitors have numerous options for getting to Charleston, West Virginia, which include by plane, car, bus or train.
Yeager International Airport is located just northeast of the city of Charleston, and is the state’s largest and busiest commercial airport. The Yeager airport is the gateway to the state of West Virginia, and flying into it is a convent way of getting to Charleston. There are various
Car Rental Agencies based around the airport, as well as in the city of Charleston. Taxi and shuttle service is available from the airport into the city.
Driving is a way of life in America, and taking road trips is common practice. Driving to Charleston can be a great way to see the passing countryside, but first time visitors to the country should check out this
Driving in the United States page before deciding to get behind the wheel of a car. Mapped driving directions and distance information can be found at the
Greyhound Bus Company has hundreds of routes that connect cities all around the United States, Mexico, and Canada, and there is a bus station in the city of Charleston. Although a bit cheaper, cross country bus fares have become comparable to plane fares, so research both options if price is an issue.
Amtrak Railway Company has hundreds of routes across the continental United States, and there is a train station in the city of Charleston.