TRAVEL ADVISORY

TRAVEL ADVISORY: Many of our passengers take Proffit Road to reach CHO Airport. Please note that the Proffit Road bridge will be closed from August 3-7 for debris removal to reduce the risk of flooding during future storms. VDOT recommends that motorists use alternate routes during the closure.  Visit VDOT for more information.

AIRPORT ADVISORY

CHO Airport believes that the health and safety of its passengers, employees, tenants, and general public is paramount.  To prevent the spread of the novel Coronavirus, or COVID-19, CHO Airport is following the recommendations posted by the CDC and the Virginia Department of Health.  We are continuously monitoring the outbreak locally, as well as around the world.

To find out more about our efforts, please visit our advisory here.

TRAVEL ADVISORY

Beginning May 4, 2020, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines will require passengers to wear face masks when traveling. American Airlines to begin their face mask policy on May 11th.  Please check with your respective airline for more details!

PARKING ADVISORY

Parking improvements are underway at CHO Airport! Please note that certain lots may be temporarily unavailable as we work through improving the overall parking experience for our passengers. Closed lots will be designated by signage, but rest assured that our long term lot (located conveniently in front of our terminal) will be open for parking.

AIRPORT ADVISORY

Executive Order Sixty-Three, requiring Virginians to wear face coverings in public indoor settings to help contain the spread of the novel coronavirus, is now in effect.  For more information, please visit the full text of Executive Order Sixty-Three here.  Frequently asked questions can be found here.

AIRPORT ADVISORY

TSA baggage screening will temporarily take place in the ticketing lobby from August 4 through August 7 while current screening technology undergoes an upgrade.  Travelers flying out of CHO Airport who want to check a bag will still go to their airline check-in counter to get their baggage tagged for its destination.  After check-in, airline employees will direct passengers to take their checked baggage to the temporary screening location located in front of the ticket counter.