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CityCodeAirport Name
Charlottesville CHO Charlottesville Albemarle
Lynchburg LYH Lynchburg Reg'l Airport /
Preston-Glenn Field
Newport News PHF Newport News Williamsburg Int'l
Norfolk (Virginia Beach) ORF Norfolk Int'l
Richmond RIC Richmond Int'l Airport /
Byrd Field
Roanoke ROA Roanoke Reg'l Airport /
Woodrum Field
Shenandoah Valley SHD Shenandoah Valley Reg'l
Williamsburg PHF Newport News Williamsburg Int'l

Bluefield (Princeton) BLF Mercer County
Greensboro GSO Piedmont Triad Int'l
HagerstownHGRHagerstown Regional
Raleigh Durham RDU Raleigh-Durham Int'l
SalisburySBYWicomico Regional
Tri Cities TRI Tri Cities Airport
WashingtonWASAll Washington DC Airports
WashingtonIADDulles International
WashingtonDCARonald Reagan Nat'l

There are many airports in Virginia. However, not all Virginia airports have regularly scheduled flights. We do not list the smallest airports, since there is no way to provide you flights from those airports.

The Commonwealth of Virginia (named after Queen Elizabeth I of England, who was known as the Virgin Queen) is one of the original thirteen colonies of the United States that revolted against British rule in the American Revolution. It is located in the Southern United States but is sometimes included, geographically, in the Mid-Atlantic States. Virginia was the first part of the Americas to be colonized permanently by England. More battles were fought on Virginia soil than anywhere else in America during the Civil War. The city of Richmond served as the capital of the Confederacy during the war.

The Chesapeake Bay divides the commonwealth, with Virginia's Eastern Shore, a part of the Delmarva Peninsula, completely separate (an exclave) from the rest of the Commonwealth. Geographically, Virginia is divided into the following five regions: (1) Ridge and Valley: between the Appalachian Plateau and Allegheny Plateau to the west and the Blue Ridge Mountains to the east. Sometimes referred to as Valley and Ridge. (2) Shenandoah Valley: located within the Ridge and Valley Region; it is referred to geographically and culturally as its own region. (3) Blue Ridge Mountains: between the Ridge and Valley Region to the west and the Piedmont region to the east. (4) Piedmont: between the Blue Ridge Mountains to the west and the Tidewater region to the east. (5) Tidewater: between the fall line to the west and the Atlantic coast to the east; it includes the Eastern Shore.

Virginia's economy is well balanced with diverse sources of income. From the Hampton Roads area to Richmond and down to Lee County in the southwest it includes military installations, cattle, tobacco and peanut farming in Southside Virginia. Northern Virginia (once the dairy capital of Virginia) hosts software, communications, consulting, defense contracting, diplomats, and considerable components of the professional government sector. (airports)

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