Chattanooga Airport #43 On List Of Airports For Best Fares

Monday, August 25, 2014

The Chattanooga Airport is #43 on a list of affordable airports compiled by Cheapflights.com.

The site does an annual survey of the average fares at U.S. airports.

Atlanta was #73, while Nashville came in at #71 and Knoxville at #91.  

The average Chattanooga fare was $372.

Sarah Stephens, of the Chattanooga Airport, said, "We think this is a great message for reminding area travelers to check pricing out of CHA first, especially if they haven’t compared our fares to those of the surrounding airports in a while."


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