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Charleston Airport Ground Transportation

Charleston International Airport, or CHS in code letters, has an efficient system of transportation within, to and from the premises. When leaving the airport, the most popular form of transportation is the taxi service. Taxis travel to every popular area of the city, including downtown, West Ashley, James Island, Johns Island, East Cooper and the North area. They also service the areas that lie within the bounds of other cities' limits. Be aware that taxis have standard meters and the rates may change.

CARTA is the city's bus system. There is one route that services the airport frequently. For visitors traveling to the airport or around Charleston, this bus system also has additional routes that cover the city heavily, allowing for ease of access and easy transfers. Bus routes are frequent and fairly dependable. Since route schedules and fares change from time to time, it is best to view information from the CARTA bus system's website for complete information. Planning a trip ahead of time is best, as schedules and route maps may not always be posted at each stop location.

Rental cars and limousines are also popular options for airport transportation. Most major rental car companies are found near the airport, offering in-terminal service or shuttle bus service to nearby offices. Rental car rates can be viewed on this website so if you are in need of a rental car please take a look. Limousine and town car pick-ups and drop-offs can also be scheduled.

In-airport transportation is also offered for those who have difficulty with mobility. In-terminal transit cart rides are offered to those who request them upon check-in at the ticketing counter. For parking assistance, there is a valet service during day and evening hours. Their hours and rates are subject to change, so view the Charleston International Airport's transportation page for current details. Luggage transportation can also be arranged for passengers who have difficulty hauling heavy luggage. Some airlines offer complimentary bag checking or personal assistance to the gate with luggage. In most cases, when carts become available, airport personnel will assist travelers in transporting luggage. During popular travel seasons, it is best to arrive an hour earlier than planned in order to wait for in-terminal transportation assistance.

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