FAQs about Chattanooga Flights
Which airlines fly to Chattanooga?
Fixed the dates for your adventure to Chattanooga? With 9 airlines servicing this city, you're sure to find a flight that fits with your travel plans. These are a few of the most prominent carriers:
What airport is best to fly into Chattanooga?
- Virgin Atlantic
Chattanooga is serviced by one airport, which makes booking your flight to the city a simple process. Chattanooga, TN Airport (CHA-Chattanooga Metropolitan) is around 6 miles (10 kilometers) from the downtown area. Where to stay in Chattanooga
Booking the ideal place to stay is a vital ingredient for an unforgettable travel experience. Take your pick of 54 accommodations in Chattanooga and start cooking up the adventure of your dreams!
The Read House Hotel Historic Inn and Suites are some of Travelocity's top accommodation options in the Chattanooga area. Places to visit in Chattanooga
Ruby Falls is an impressive natural formation that many tourists enjoy visiting. Like some more ideas? Find yourself lost in a mesmerizing underwater paradise at Tennessee Aquarium. But that's not all there is. Toss a ball around and enjoy the green spaces at Point Park. You could even bring a delicious picnic and make a day of it. How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Chattanooga
These handy tips and pointers about airport security checks will save you a lot of time and energy on your way to Chattanooga:
- Airport security personnel will expect to see your boarding pass and travel ID upon arrival. Have them in an accessible place, so they're all ready for inspection.
- USB sticks, wallets and wrist watches must be placed in a tub for X-raying. If you walk into the body scanner with any of these items, you'll be asked to turn back and remove them.
- All laptops need to be removed from their protective carry bags and placed in a tray before being X-rayed.
- Face cream, toothpaste and other toiletry items in gel, liquid or cream form need to be stored in containers smaller than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters). They must also fit in a 1-quart (1-liter) clear resealable bag.
- Hiking boots and other bulky shoes are likely to be X-rayed by airport security. We suggest wearing lightweight sneakers instead.
- Pack any multi-tools or other sharp items in your checked luggage. Airport security won't allow these aboard the aircraft.