Tri-Cities Tennessee TRI Airport Overview

Tri-Cities Regional Airport TRI is a primary commercial airport in Tennessee, serving the cities of Bristol, Kingsport & Johnson City of Sullivan County,  and the areas of Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia.

The Airport is located 2 miles northwest of Pasco, and is only 3miles I-81 (exit 63 - Airport Pkwy 357) and close to Hwy 75.

With 2 runways and an estimated 0.4 million passengers annually, Tri-Cities Regional Airport is presently served by Allegiant, Delta, & US Airways Express, offering flights to major West-coast hubs with direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe.

The passenger terminal at Tri-Cities Regional Airport - presently undergoing upgrade /expansion work - has 3 levels. Its amenities and services include an Airport Service desk with facilities for copying, paging, & notary services, lost & found and a UPS mail drop.  Free WiFi access is available at some entry points throughout the terminal, concourse & business center.
The Main level of the terminal has airline ticket counters, the Service Counter, rental car counters, baggage claim, gift shop, ATMs, & restaurant & lounge..
The Concourse level with 7 gate includes a business center/ meeting room is in the secured area.
Level 3 includes Airport offices, a mezzanine & observation deck.
Parking: Short- & long-term parking is available in the lots across from the passenger terminal; while metered parking spaces are in front of the terminal with a one-hour maximum. For more parking information call (423) 325-6167. 
From Tri-Cities Regional Airport, you can rent a car, take a taxi: For taxis & limos accepting credit cards, call 423-245-0856 or 325-6554.

Present and future Airport developments.  The passenger terminal is currently being expanded & modernized -- done in three phases - involving new departure & arrival wings, extension of baggage claim & screening areas, and remodeled ticketing area - all expected to be completed by the end of 2016.

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TRI Delays: 15 mins or less.

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