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CityCodeAirport Name
Beckley BKW     Beckley / Raleigh County
Bluefield BLF Mercer County Airport
Charleston CRW Yeager Airport
Clarksburg CKB Harrison Marion Regional /
Benedum Airport
Greenbrier LWB Greenbrier Valley Airport
Huntington HTS Tri-State Airport /
Milton J Ferguson Field
Lewisburg LWB Greenbrier Valley Airport
Morgantown MGW Morgantown Muni Airport
/ Walter L Bill Hart Field
Parkersburg PKB Wood County Airport /
Gill Robb Wilson Field

Cincinnati OHCVG     Cincinnati/Northern KY Int'l
Columbus OHCMHPort Columbus Int'l
Hagerstown MDHGRHagerstown Reg'l Airport
Lexington KYLEXBlue Grass Airport
Pittsburgh PAPITPittsburgh International
Princeton VA BLF Mercer County Airport
Roanoke VA ROA Roanoke Reg'l Airport
Shenandoah Valley SHD Shenandoah Valley Reg'l

There are many airports in West Virginia. However, not all West 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.

West Virginia is a state of the United States in the region of Appalachia. West Virginia broke away from the Commonwealth of Virginia during the American Civil War and was admitted to the Union as a separate state on June 20, 1863. It is the only state formed as a direct result of the American Civil War.

Many in the state's Northern Panhandle, and North-Central region feel an affinity for Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, while those in the Eastern Panhandle feel a connection with the Washington, D.C. suburbs in western Maryland and Virginia and southern West Virginians often consider themselves Southerners. The state is noted for its timber and coal mining heritage and labor union organizing, mine wars in particular.

West Virginia is the only state in the nation located entirely within the Appalachian Mountain range, and in which all areas are mountainous; for this reason it is nicknamed The Mountain State. About 75% of the state is within the Cumberland Plateau and Allegheny Plateau regions. Though the relief is not high, the plateau region is extremely rugged in most areas.

The native vegetation for most of the state was originally mixed hardwood forest of oak, chestnut, maple, beech, and white pine, with willow and American sycamore along the state's waterways. Many of the areas are rich in biodiversity and scenic beauty, a fact that is appreciated by native West Virginians, who refer to their home as Almost Heaven.

One of the major resources in West Virginia's economy is coal. West Virginia also engaged in oil drilling, but currently only has a few small to medium sized oil and natural gas fields. Farming is also practiced in West Virginia, but on a limited basis because of the mountainous terrain over much of the state. (airports)

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