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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, Southwest and United offer convenient daily 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. 

TSA Advisory: The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has implemented new, stronger screening procedures for carry-on items at airports nationwide, including Norfolk International Airport, in an effort to raise the baseline of airport security. The new procedures require travelers to place all electronics larger than a mobile phone in bins for X-ray screening at checkpoints. TSA Officers will assist passengers with the new requirements.  There are no changes to what travelers can bring through the checkpoint; food and liquid items that comply with the 3-1-1 liquids rule, electronics, and books continue to be allowed in carry-on bags.

 

2017 State of the Airport Presentations

Robert S. Bowen, Executive Director, Norfolk Airport Authority

Michael Boyd, President, Boyd Group International

 

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