How To Get Here
How To Get Here
Interstate 95 and US Highway 17 are both four-lane highways running north to south from New York to Florida.
Interstate 40 is a four-lane interstate running east to west from California to Wilmington, with a future extension bringing the interstate into Brunswick County.
US Highway 74/76 is four-lanes running east to west towards Charlotte.
Interstate 74 is a planned interstate from Rockingham to Brunswick County.
Major airline service is currently offered through Wilmington, North Carolina and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; both are approximately 45 minutes from the center of Brunswick County. There are also two smaller airports located in Brunswick County.
Wilmington International Airport, Wilmington, NC 910.341.4333 • www.flyilm.com Served by several major US airlines, including US Air, Delta ASA and FlyFirstClass.
Myrtle Beach International Airport, Myrtle Beach, SC 843.448.1589 • www.myrtlebeachairport.com Served by several major US airlines, including AirTran, ASA ComAir, Continental, Delta, Spirit
and US Air.
Cape Fear Regional Jetport, Oak Island, NC 910.457.6483 Offers a 4,300 foot by 100 foot runway that is paved and lighted, as well as jet and piston fuel, airplane maintenance, skydiving, airplane rides, repairs and flight instruction.
Ocean Isle Airport, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 910.579.2166 (Ocean Isle Beach Town Hall) Offers a 4,000 foot by 75 foot runway that is paved and lighted as well as tie down service.
To learn more about transportation go to www.brunswickedc.com
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