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Flying into Beautiful Knoxville

Considering a visit to Knoxville? As Tennessee’s third-largest city located in the eastern part of the state, Knoxville delivers many sights and sounds, such as a wide range of historical and cultural activities, plenty of outdoor fun, and a college-town vibe complete with year-round temperate weather. This makes flying into Knoxville a great idea for a family vacation or even for a quick weekend to check out the University of Tennessee.
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How Do I Book a Flight into Knoxville?

McTyson Airport is Knoxville’s commercial airport. It offers domestic service on cheap flights to Knoxville through major airline brands, such as Delta, American Airlines, United, and US Airways. Flights into Knoxville vary from $702 round-trip from Los Angeles and around $500 for East Coast cities of origin like New York City flights to Knoxville.

What’s the Best Way to Get from the Airport to Knoxville?

Located 12 miles south of downtown Knoxville, McTyson Airport offers numerous transport options for those taking cheap flights into Knoxville. There are many car rental companies available in and around the Knoxville airport. The airport’s website also offers a list of taxi companies, limo services, and bus schedules.

What Hotel Options are Available in Knoxville?

Numerous hotels are located in Knoxville as well as in Alcoa, which is the closest town to the airport. Numerous brands of hotels are represented to serve every budget, from Super 8 and Holiday Inn for an average of $50 per night to the Hilton and Marriott for $100+ per night. Inns, motor lodges, and motels are also available for the budget-conscious traveler.

What is Nearby to Knoxville?

Knoxville is only 30 minutes from the Smoky Mountains, where you can hike and bike. Knoxville has a lot of historic sites as well as festivals, events, shopping, and parks. Nearby is the Tennessee River, which is a great place to take a cruise and see more of the area.

Are There Any Additional Travel Tips?

While in Knoxville, be sure to check out some of the many structural elements left over from the 1982 World’s Fair, which helped begin the revitalization of the city into the charming college town that it has become with its southern café and arts culture. 

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