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The cheapest flights to North Lake Tahoe were $168 for round trip flights and $232 for one-way flights in the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.
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The Mid-Ohio Regional Airport provides cheap flights from Parkersburg, WV, on a daily basis using United Express. Three flights depart for Cleveland Hopkins International each day. The airport is conveniently located seven miles from the city's center at 543 Airport Road in Williamstown. Reservations for discounted flights can be made using CheapTickets.
Parking at the Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport is provided on both a short-term and long-term basis. There is no parking charge for airport patrons.
The airport is connected to town by S.R. 31, making it easy to reach by taxi. Taxis are metered, so the cost of the journey will depend on your pick-up point. The trip to the airport should only take10 to 15 minutes.
Mary's Plane View, a traditional sit-down restaurant, provides food service in the airport's terminal. As a local favorite, it often fills up on weekends. Meals are low priced, with many available for under $10. After eating, you can quickly cross the terminal to catch one of the cheap flights from Parkersburg leaving that day.
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