|Lebanon Airport Shuttles|
|When traveling to Lebanon you can find airport rides to and from Lebanon Municipal Airport for airport transfers and transportation such as sedans, private vans, limousines and shared ride vans.|
The Convenient Air Gateway To Lebanon
When passengers land at Lebanon Regional Airport, they find themselves in a position to quickly access two of the nation’s most historical states filled with pristine natural beauty. These, of course, would be New Hampshire and Vermont, known as the Granite State and the Green Mountain State, respectively. The airport and its regional transportation network make it accessible and easy to jump to numerous attractions, business centers, and small New England towns brimming over with charm and peaceful living.
The Lebanon Regional Airport is currently served by one airline with daily service to and from Boston Logan Airport: Cape Air. With an average quoted fare of $155, that is quite a value to add both time and convenience to your itinerary. You will avoid fighting Boston traffic, and save at least a two hour trip by car north to find this little area along the Connecticut River. Using the airport will allow you to settle in sooner and start enjoying the environs.
Attractions in Lebanon
This airport is an excellent gateway to the White Mountains, offering more skiing, hiking, camping, fishing and sight-seeing than once could accomplish in a week. In fact, it is the northernmost commercial airport in New Hampshire.
Across the line into Vermont, there is ready access to two of the East’s largest ski areas: Killington and Okemo. These giant resorts themselves are worthy destinations. However, together with the alluring village sights of Ludlow, Chester, Woodstock, and Bridgewater, Vermont, the whole area can make for several days of pleasant touring by car, bicycle, or bus. Or include the skis and snowboards for some excitement. Each of these towns has little quaint villages with some luxury upgrades in spots. Queechee Gorge State Park in Vermont is very close to the airport and displays a shocking 200 foot drop down to the riverbed from a scenic bridge.
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