Regional and International Airports



The Carolinas Gateway region is nestled between regional and international airports putting access to flights quickly within reach. 

The Raleigh-Durham International Airport in North Carolina’s capital city of Raleigh, the Pitt-Greenville Regional Airport in Greenville, and the Rocky Mount-Wilson Regional Airport in Rocky Mount can take you any place you need to go. 

Favorite airlines. Popular destinations. Numerous flight times. Reach anywhere around the world with these airports. 

Scroll down to learn more about how the regional and international airports in Eastern North Carolina can work for you.

One International, Two Regional 


Raleigh-Durham International Airport offers a range of transportation and general aviation services. The airport manages more than 400 flights daily and provides nonstop services for over 55 destinations around the United States and internationally. Popular stops include Atlanta, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, and Washington. International non-stop destinations include Cancun, London, Paris, Reykjavik, and Toronto. 

The airport provides flight status, parking availability, and career opportunities. 




The Pitt-Greenville Regional Airport in  located in Greenville, North Carolina. The up-and-coming center of aviation for the entire region, Pitt-Greenville Airport (PGV) is dedicated to connecting every member of the community to the rest of the world with speed, ease and convenience. Located near I-40 and I-95 and neighbors to East Carolina University and ECU Health, the Pitt-Greenville Regional Airport is a central part of the community. 

The airport offers general aviation services for basic necessities like fully resurfaced runways, to full-service maintenance and detailing services, down to unexpected perks like a crew car or a jump-start when you need it. Passenger services include parking accommodations, quick and easy check-ins, minimal security delays and convenient gate access. 




The Rocky Mount-Wilson Regional Airport is a premier General Aviation Airport owned and operated by the Rocky Mount-Wilson Regional Airport Authority serving the Coastal Plains region of Eastern North Carolina. KRWI is located approximately 12 miles from the central business district of the City of Rocky Mount, and approximately 10 miles from the central business district of the City of Wilson. The airport is located on NC HWY 97 approximately 3 miles from I-95, exit 127. KRWI is certificated under Title 14 CFR part 139 as an Index A / Class 4 airport and provides all FAA required Safety and ARFF capabilities on the field.



Where you want, when you want, and at a reasonable rate. 

You can rely on North Carolina’s Logistics Highway. In today’s complex world of both international and domestic logistics, trying to get your products swiftly and economically from point A to point B can be challenging. But if you rely on the North Carolina Logistics Highway, you’ll be heading on the right road. 

Whether you use truck, train, ship or plane, it’s easier going when you go with us to all of the metropolitan markets in North America. 

Watch this video to learn more about the partners of the North Carolina Logistics Highway in the Carolinas Gateway region.

your gateway to

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