McGhee Tyson Airport (IATA: TYS) is a joint civil-military public airport serving the Knoxville metropolitan area and located approximately 10 miles (16 km) south of the central business district of Knoxville, in Alcoa, Blount County, Tennessee, United States. Commercial service is provided by several major airlines and connection carriers.
The airport is named for United States Navy pilot Charles McGhee Tyson, lost on patrol in World War I.
McGhee Tyson Airport has two levels. The top level is accessed via the curbside drop off and the parking garage. The top level is used for ticket counters, security, gates, restaurants, and shops. The bottom level is used for car rental counters, two baggage claims, and airline offices.
Here are some of the major Airlines that service McGhee Tyson Airport:
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