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CRW Airport is lonly 5 miles from downtown Charleston and a few minutes' drive from the intersection of three major Interstate Highways - I-64, I-77 & I-79). A short waiting line at its security checkpoint makes Yaeger one of the most passenger-friendly airports in the nation.
With and a yearly estimate of over 400K passengers, and two runways, Yaeger Airport is served by major airlines, offering non-stop flights to many U.S. hubs, with connections worldwide.
The passenger terminal at Yaeger Airport has Concourses A, B & C.
The Lobby Area (pre-security) offers food & drink and the USO Military lounge (tel. 304-344-5158). Rental car desks, baggage claim & hotel information is to the left - Lost & Found, lounges and ticket counters are to the right. An ATM machine is next to the baggage claim.
The Gate Area (post-security) offers a cafe, gift shop, ATM, & shoe-shine, as well as access to Concourses A, B & C and their respective gates. A Game Room is near gate B2.
While rental car desks are inside the terminal, the rental car parking lot is only a few feet from the terminal.
Outside of the Terminal is a passenger pickup/dropoff zone.
Airlines currently serving the terminal:
American tel. 1-800-433-7300; at C gates; to Charlotte and Washington Reagan & Philadelphia
Delta - tel. 1-800-221-1212, at B gates; to Atlanta,
Spirit - tel. 801-401-2200;); at B gates; to Myrtle Beach & Ft. Lauderdale
United - tel. 1-800-864-8331; at A gates; to Washington Dulles, Chicago O'Hare & Houston Intercontinental.
Transportation: Aside from taxis, limos, hotel shuttles & rental cars - at present there is no public transportation available.
Present and future Airport developments: A $14M plan for a new EMAS (Engineered Material Arresting System) - representing a bed of concrete blocks breaking down if airplane overruns the runway - is to become an interim safety project. Later, it is to follow by a $175M long-term plan lengthening the runway from 6,802 to 8,000 feet and adding safety overrun space.