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Burlington Airport is located less than four miles from the centre of Burlington, Vermont, and is a civil-military hub. Visitors wishing to explore Vermont or neighbouring states such as New Hampshire, or even venture north to Quebec, Canada, and the province's largest city of Montreal, often arrange car hire in Burlington Airport. However, alternative means of transport are available.
Who to Book With
Desks for all eight of the airport’s car rental companies can be found inside the main terminal, opposite the baggage carousels. Rental vehicles are only a short walk from the counters of the car hire firms via a covered skywalk. Alamo, Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Dollar, Hertz, National and Thrifty all have a presence here.
Need to Know Essentials
You will need to show the following documents at vehicle collection:
- UK driver’s licence (both parts)
- Credit card used to make the reservation
- Valid passport for confirmation of ID
- Print-out of confirmation of booking
The US is a huge country but its states and their major destinations are connected via a series of well-built interstates. Some highways require a toll, especially those between the US and Canada. While parking spaces are expensive and hard to find in large cities, those driving in small towns won't encounter any parking problems. When driving inland or around rural areas, forward planning is advised as petrol stations are less common outside of the main urban areas.
Burlington Airport is connected to Burlington by Main Street, which runs to the town centre, while drivers travelling from elsewhere around Vermont often use Interstate 89 to reach the air hub. Other passengers usually rely on coaches or taxis to get them to and from the airport.
There are currently no trains between Burlington Airport and Burlington. The nearest Amtrak train station is located at Essex Junction, Vermont. It serves routes to Washington DC.
Tiger, Juba, Mali, Bella, USA, Majak, SD, Marty's and K&A are just some of the companies that offer taxis from Burlington Airport. There is an airport surcharge of about £2.50 and fares must meet a minimum charge of around £5.
Burlington Airport to Burlington town centre is about £20
Bus transport to Burlington from the air hub isn't possible but many passengers use companies such as Greyhound to access this area of Vermont from Montreal in Canada or from Boston in Massachusetts. A typical fare stands at around £12 per person one-way to Montreal and around £20 one-way to Boston.
Burlington Airport is home to one main terminal that mostly supplies flights to destinations around the Midwest and eastern areas of the US. Delta Connection, United Express and US Airways are the main airlines in operation here and their most flown-to cities are New York, Chicago and Philadelphia.
Burlington Airport has both long- and short-term parking available in its parking garage, which is newly expanded and covered. Parking rates stand at around £0.60 for 1 hour, £1.20 for 3 hours after the first hour and £7 per day.
Free Wi-Fi is provided.
An information desk is located in the main terminal.
Call Centre: +1 802 863 2874
Burlington Airport has been designed to cater for passengers with reduced mobility. This means there are specially-designated parking spaces in both the long-term and short-term areas of the lot, while the main terminal is easily accessible to persons with disabilities.
Restaurants and Bars
One Flight Up is located on the main terminal's second floor and serves meals from 06:00 to 19:00 as well as cocktails. The Terminal Snack Bar is located on the first floor, is open from 05:00 to 18:00, and serves snacks and drinks such as coffee.
There are no VIP lounges at the airport.
Money and ATMs
ATMs are located on the first floor of the main terminal.
Hudson News Gift Shop has two branches in the main terminal which stock books, magazines, snacks, toiletries, crafts and gifts.