How to Get There:
McGhee Tyson Airport
Knoxville is home to McGhee Tyson Airport, the premier air facility serving East Tennessee. The airport has more than 120 daily arrivals and departures and more than 4,000 seats available. The airport is served by many of the nationally known airlines as well as certain local and regional
Most of the major car rental companies as well as tax, limousine, and shuttle services are available at the airport as well as throughout the city.
Major routes into Knoxville are I-40 from the east (Winston-Salem, N.C.) and west (Nashville), I-75 from the north (Lexington, Kentucky), and south (Chattanooga and Atlanta), I-81 from the northeast
100 E Magnolia Avenue
Knoxville TN 37917
How to Get Around:
For the most part a car is a necessity, either personal or rental. In addition, there are other means of transportation available, both downtown and at the University.
Knoxville Trolley Lines
A free downtown trolley service provides a convenient way to see all the attractions in the downtown area. The trolley service also connects to the City’s regular bus service Knoxville Area Transit (KAT) for trips outside of the downtown area, including malls, parks and other attractions.
Knoxville Area TransitKAT is the mass transit system for the City of Knoxville, operating around 80 buses, Para transit lift vehicles, and downtown trolleys.865-315-7800
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