Chattanooga Metropolitan CHA Airport Overview

Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport CHA - open 24/7 -serves the city of Chattanooga and its Hamilton County in the State of Tennessee.  It offers all the services and amenities one expects, without the stress created by large airports. A flight on Canadair Regional Jet takes only 17 minutes, and with a proposed high-speed rail line from the Airport to Atlanta's MARTA transportation system could make it Atlanta's alternative  airport. 

CA Airport is only 5 miles from downtown Chattanooga, and is situated at the junction of four major highways (I-24, I-75, I-59 & US 27), making it accessible from southeast Tennessee, north Georgia and north Alabama. 

With two runways and a yearly passenger count of about 617,000, Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport is served by major airlines, offering direct flights to eastern US hubs with global connections.

For Airport Paging call 423-8555-2202. 

The main passenger terminal at Chattanoga Airport operates 4:30am-12am (or last flight). It has three rectangular sections extending from it: Section A is for ticketing, Section B for baggage claim and rental car counters, and Section C has the arrival and departure gates. The terminal has recently  been renovated & expanded, including restrooms, new flooring, wall tile, painting & signage, updating seating throughout the terminal, concession overhaul, & new escalator in the rotunda. 
Other services & amenities include a new glass-enclosed lounge &  a restaurant at post-security, free WiFi access, notary services (423-855-2200), and an ATM machineon level 2.  New limo & taxi booths are outside, next to the entry/exit doors.

Current airlines serving the Airport:  Allegiant, American, Delta, & US Airways.

Important telephone numbers:
Airport Pass & ID - tel. (423) 855-2265
Airport Police - (423) 855-2204
Food Court - tel (423) 855-2263
Gifts/News - (423) 855-2240
Lost and Found - (423) 855-2204
Paging - (423) 855-2200
Parking - (423) 899-4849

Current & Future Airport Developments: 
The vacant buildings and parking lots will be demolished to be transformed into green space with walking paths.

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