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Local Travel To and In Asheville
With frequent daily flights to major hubs (Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Washington, D.C.), year-round service to New York (Newark) and seasonal service to Dallas/Ft. Worth, Denver, New York (LaGuardia), Vero Beach, Florida, and the Washington, D.C. area (Baltimore), as well as year-round service to these Florida destinations: Ft. Lauderdale, Orlando, Punta Gorda, St. Pete-Clearwater & Tampa – Asheville Regional Airport is rated one of the best connected regional airports in America. Served by Allegiant, American, Delta, Elite, Spirit and United, Asheville Regional Airport is an easy and welcoming gateway to and from Western North Carolina.
Asheville had a very extensive bus system that will get you everywhere you need to go during the annual meeting. Transit is an inexpensive way to get around Asheville and the surrounding area. Public transportation also helps cut down on global pollutants. Bus riders can board by paying cash fare or by using pre-paid tickets or passes. Please remember, all cash fares must be exact change. Vehicle operators cannot make change. All fare boxes can accept $1 bills.
The Single Rides tool is used to find partners to share a ride for one time trips. You can plan a carpool to the annual meeting. You and your trip partners benefit by sharing the cost of gas or parking and reduce emissions.
Student Travel Grants
Student travel grants are awarded to help offset conference expenses for students. Students may apply for travel grants by filling out the application at the link below. Travel grant applications will be accepted through May 3. Awardees will be notified by May 10, and funds will be distributed shortly after. Students awarded a travel grant are required to stay at the conference hotel, and priority will be given to those students presenting at the conference. To apply please use the following link: Travel Grant Application (coming soon)