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Using Uber at Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport

February 26, 2017 | South Carolina
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Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport (SAV) is a bright, well-appointed facility serving those making their way to and from the historic city of Savannah, Georgia. and its surrounding areas. With almost 89,000 takeoffs and landings in 2015, it’s the state’s second-busiest airport behind the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. It’s also home to the Georgia Air National Guard’s 165th Airlift Wing, and it serves as the global headquarters for Gulfstream Aerospace, a leading manufacturer of business jets.

There’s a ton to see and do in and around Savannah, so why not rely on uberX or UberXL to help you make the most of your trip? And if you’re in the mood for something a little more luxurious, UberSELECT has got you covered, too. In the meantime, here are some helpful things to know the next time you’re traveling through SAV:

Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport: Resources and Tips 

  • Uber Airport Pages: Uber has everything you need to know about getting to and from SAV on its Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport page. If you’re flying into Savannah, grab your bags, open the app, and select “Arrivals Level | South Exit” as your pickup point. Then make your way to the south “Rental Car” exit. Your Uber will pick you up just outside.
  • Terminal Map: Know your way around ahead of time by reading up on SAV’s Terminal Guide. A little homework can save you a lot of time.
  • Flight Status: Get the latest updates on delays and status changes before you head to SAV. This FAA resource gives you real-time flight updates—and it may just tell you that you’ve got a few extra minutes to enjoy Savannah before departing.
  • TSA Guidelines: Before you arrange a ride to the airport, double check the TSA’s guidelines on what you can and cannot fly with.
  • Traffic Report: Savannah’s local WTOC has up-to-the-minute traffic coverage to help you get to the airport or your destination quickly.
  • News: To get the latest from the airport itself, follow their official Twitter feed. And while you’re feeling social, SAV has a lively Instagram profile that’s also worth a look. Their Facebook page is another great resource for the airport.
  • Weather: Like most coastal cities, the weather in Savannah can be unpredictable. Know whether you should pack an umbrella or your board shorts by checking the current weather via the Weather Channel.

 

Where to go in Savannah

Savannah’s known as the The Hostess City of the South for a reason, and it has a rich cultural and hospitality scene that offers something for someone. Here are a few recommended destinations to check out while you’re in town:

  • 17Hundred90: As Georgia’s oldest city, Savannah’s history is riddled with stories of the supernatural. 17Hundred90, an historic inn and restaurant nestled in the city’s gorgeous historic district, is a key destination for those looking to experience a bit of paranormal activity. You might have guessed that its name comes from the year it was built, and more than 200 years later, this Savannah institution is serving up exceptional fare and comfortable lodging for visitors from around the world. Come for the fried green tomatoes, but stay for the spectral ambience.
  • Telfair Museums: The original facility is the oldest public art museum in the American South, but the Telfair Museums have expanded beyond just a single building. Today, the Telfair Museums encompass a network of galleries housing an impressive range of art from a variety of artists and eras. Individual and group tours are available, and their website even offers a series of suggested itineraries customized for a range of interests.
  • Tybee Island: Just off the coast of Savannah lies Tybee Island, a barrier island with a thriving dining and arts scene and plenty of beachfront fun for the whole family. But it’s not just your typical beach town. While you’re there, be sure to check out the historic Tybee Island Light Station and Museum, as well as the Tybee Museum and the Marine Science Center.