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Cheap flights to Vermont

Located within the New England region of the north-eastern United States, the state of Vermont is the sixth smallest in area, and the second least populous in all 50 United States. It is also the only state in New England not bordering the Atlantic Ocean. Vermont is bordered by Massachusetts to the south, New Hampshire to the east across the Connecticut River, New York to the west, and Quebec to the north. The state is home to the Green Mountains and is known as the leading producer of maple syrup in the United States. Vermont’s capital is Montpelier, while the largest city is Burlington.

What to see & do

The U.S. state of Vermont is home to the largest ski areas in New England. During the winter, skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts frequent the Burke Mountain Ski Area, Bolton Valley, Smuigglers’ Notch, Killington Ski Resort, Mad River Glen, Stowe Mountain Resort, Sugarbush, Stratton, Jay Peak, Okemo, Suicide Six, Mount Snow, Bromley, and Magic Mountain Ski Area. During the summer, popular resort towns include Stowe, Manchester, Quechee, Wilmington, and Woodstock. Other popular recreation opportunities available in Vermont include trout fishing, lake fishing, ice fishing, hiking the Long Trail, and backcountry skiing on the Catamount Trail. The state also features Billings Farm & Museum, Montshire Museum of Science, Hildene, Trapp Family Lodge, Coolidge Homestead, Bennington Battle Monument, American Precision Museum, Vermont Teddy Bear Company, and Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, in addition to many more. The Vermont Teddy Bear Company or VTB was established in the early 1980s and is among the largest producers of teddy bears, in addition to being the largest seller of teddy bears both by mail order and online. The Vermont Teddy Bear Company handcrafts approximately 500,000 teddy bears annually.

How to get around within Vermont

Almost all of Vermont relies on cars. The north-south routes include Interstate 89, 91, 93; U.S. Route 5 and 7; and Vermont Route 100; east-west routes include U.S. Route 2, 4, 302, and Vermont Route 9 and 105. The railroad within Vermont is provided by Amtrak’s Vermonter and Ethan Allen Express, in addition to the New England Central Railroad, Vermont Railway, and Green Mountain Railroad. Ethan Allen Express serves Rutland and Castleton; Vermonter serves Saint Albans, Essex Junction, Waterbury, Montpelier, Randolph, White River Junction, Windsor, and more. Destinations such as Bellows Falls, Brattleboro, Burlington, Montpelier, and White River Junction can be reached with intercity buses like the Greyhound Lines, while Megabus stops by Burlington and Montpelier. Other transportation options include Addison County Transit Resources or ACTR, Green Mountain Community Network (GMCN), BeeLine or Brattleboro Town Bus, Chittenden County Transportation Authority or CCTA, University of Vermont Campus Area Transportation System or CATS, and Special Services Transportation Agency or SSTA, among others.

How to get there

Burlington International Airport, the largest airport serving the state, is a joint public and military airport within Chittenden County of Vermont. The airport has flights to and from local and international destinations such as Orlando, Atlanta, Detroit, New York, Toronto, Chicago, Newark, Washington, and Philadelphia. Among the airlines operate here include Allegiant Air, Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection, JetBlue Airways, Porter Airlines, United Airlines, United Express, and US Airways Express. Another commercial serving Vermont is Rutland-Southern Vermont Regional Airport which has flights to and from Boston, operated by Cape Air.

Flights to Vermont

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