Western Chester County is accessible from many major metropolitan areas, such as Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Wilmington, Baltimore, Lancaster and New York City. Located 28 miles west of King of Prussia, Western Chester County can be reached via US Route 30, US Route 202, I-76 and I-95.
All aboard! If automobile travel is not your mode of choice, consider taking the train. Along the Keystone Corridor, Western Chester County is served by two Amtrak stations: Parkesburg and Coatesville. With over 60,000 riders at these stations, future renovations are slated to enhance the arrivals and departures of visitors from these historic stops.
Once in Western Chester County, travelers can take advantage of the public transportation services, such as ChescoBus and the Krapf “A” to travel to entertainment and shopping along Route 30.
The Chester County Airport (CCA) is ready to handle just about any corporate business aircraft in the world today. CCA features a 5,400-by-100-foot grooved runway, full parallel taxiway, ILS and GPS approaches and a 48,000 lb. dual gear capacity. As a class C-II reliever airport it has a strong Pennsylvania position in the Delaware Valley Regional Aviation System, and is a major part of the 2020 Airport System Plan for Southeast. ’
The state-of-the-art terminal complex is the home of a first class FBO, Signature Flight Support, an outstanding flight school and the Flying Machine Cafe. With a comfortable crew lounge, lobby and AWOS, along with flight planning services and complimentary coffee, the terminal building is a favorite place for pilots and passengers.