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Norfolk International Airport is located one mile east of Interstate 64 Exit 279-Norview Avenue at 2200 Norview Avenue, Norfolk, VA 23518

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Norfolk International Airport is the major airport serving coastal Virginia and northeast North Carolina. The airport is located one mile east of I-64, Norview Avenue exit, at 2200 Norview Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia 23518. The IATA airport code for Norfolk International Airport is ORF.

Allegiant, American, Delta, Frontier, Southwest and United offer convenient access to hundreds of cities worldwide. A variety of retail, dining and service amenities are provided to meet travelers' needs. 

Airport terminals are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Travelers are encouraged to contact their airline for ticket counter hours and required check-in times. Be sure to also allow extra time to complete the security screening process.  In general, the recommended arrival time at the airport is 90 minutes prior to departure time for domestic flights; 2 hours for international flights. 

Norfolk International Airport Master Plan Update

Norfolk Airport Authority is updating the Master Plan for Norfolk International Airport (ORF) to account for changes at the Airport, in the aviation industry, and in the region since the Airport's 2008 Master Plan. The Master Plan Update (MPU) will include projects that will extend the useful life and value of the Airport to meet the air transportation needs of the region over the next 20 years. Airport Master Plans are updated every 10 years to analyze market trends, assess facility requirements to accommodate anticipated growth, and guide future airport development. Read working papers, project documents and more at

Real ID and Air Travel

Learn about new standards for state-issued driver's licenses and identification cards required by the Federal Government for air travel effective October 1, 2020. Virginia residents can visit Virginia DMV to learn more.