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Plattsburgh International Airport is easily accessible, located right off exit 36 of New York’s I-87 at 42 Airport Lane in Plattsburgh.

From Montreal & Points North

Follow Autoroute 15 south. Enter the U.S. and proceed south on I-87 to exit 36. Take a right onto Route 22 heading toward Plattsburgh. Plattsburgh International Airport is 2 miles (3.2 km) up on your right. Click here for more information on crossing the border.

From Albany & Points South

Follow I-87 north to exit 36. Take a right onto Route 22 heading toward Plattsburgh. Plattsburgh International Airport is 2 miles (3.2 km) up on your right.

From Vermont and Points East

Take I–89 north to Exit 17. Turn right onto US-2 heading west 9 miles (14.5 km). Turn left at the light onto VT-314 and proceed for 3 miles (5 km) to the Grand Isle Ferry. From the Plattsburgh Ferry Dock, travel 5 miles (8 km) on Route 314 to I-87. Take I-87 south to exit 36. Take a right onto Route 22 heading toward Plattsburgh. Plattsburgh International Airport is 2 miles (3.2 km) up on your right. Click here for ferry schedule and rates.

From Potsdam and Points West

Follow Route 11 east through Malone. Turn right onto Route 190 and follow for 23.4 miles (37.4 km). After 1 mile, turn left onto Route 3/Blake Road. Turn right onto I-87 South. Take I-87 to exit 36. Take a right onto Route 22 heading toward Plattsburgh. Plattsburgh International Airport is 2 miles (3.2 km) up on your right.

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When flying into Plattsburgh visitors find themselves on the Adirondack Coast. The Adirondack Coast stretches across the western shores of Lake Champlain shouldered by New York’s Adirondack Mountains and the Green Mountains of Vermont.

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