How to Get to Chesapeake
Chesapeake is centrally located in the heart of the Mid Atlantic region, situated in dynamic Coastal Virginia. Located within 750 miles of two-thirds of the US population, Chesapeake is easily accessible by air or car. Once here, you're only 20 minutes from the Virginia Beach oceanfront, 15 minutes from downtown nightlife in Norfolk, and just 40 minutes from centuries of history in Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown.
Norfolk International Airport is southeastern Virginia's dominant airport serving the Greater Hampton Roads area and northeastern North Carolina. Offering nearly 200 arrivals and departures daily to major cities throughout the United States, Norfolk International presently ranks in the country's top 65 airports in terms of passengers served annually.
Located approximately 45 minutes north of Chesapeake, this airport also serves the region.
Located at 2800 Airport Drive, the city-owned airport offers charter services, aircraft fuel, maintenance, rental, and parts. Minutes from Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Virginia Beach, Chesapeake Regional Airport serves the entire Hampton Roads region.
Located at 5172 W. Military Highway, this airport offers charter services, refueling, repairs, and inspections for corporate aircraft, service providers and recreation pilots.
Locations in Hampton, Norfolk, Suffolk, and Virginia Beach. Greyhound is well known for its regularly scheduled passenger service. Serving more than 2,300 destinations with 13,000 departures daily across North America.
With locations at 9304 Warwick Boulevard in Newport News and 280 Park Avenue in Norfolk, Amtrak connects America with 21,000 route miles in 46 states, the District of Columbia, and three Canadian provinces. Amtrak operates more than 300 trains each day at speeds up to 150 mph to more than 500 destinations.