Ground Transportation

Upon your arrival at Lebanon Airport, you will discover there are many services available to help you get to your final destination. The Lebanon area has several car rental agencies, with one located in the airport's terminal building, as well as taxi, shuttle, limousine, bus and train services. We have compiled a listing of these services for your convenience.

Car Rental

Avis is located in the airport’s terminal building. Enterprise is off-site but close by in the Glen Road Plaza.

Avis (on-site)
Phone: 603-298-7753

Enterprise (off-site)
Phone: 603-298-0218

Bus Service

Advance Transit (free, local)
Thanks to an innovative partnership in the Upper Valley, rides on all Advance Transit bus routes in Vermont and New Hampshire are free. Commuters, shoppers, and anyone else who wants to ride can board Advance Transit buses without paying a fare. System-wide free service has been made possible by special increased contributions from Upper Valley towns, Dartmouth College, and the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.

Taxi, Limo, & Shuttle Services

The following companies provide private transportation services at the Lebanon Airport.

Door to Door Driving Services
Serving NH - VT
Phone: 603-996-1522

Grace Limousine and Shuttle
Serving New Hampshire, the Merrimack Valley, Boston North, and beyond!
Phone: 603-666-0203

Hanover Limousine
Phone: 603-298-8880

 New Aces Transportation
For all your places, call Aces.
Phone: 603-558-3116

Regal Limousine Service
Providing the best in luxury ground transportation for over 30 years.
Phone: 603-964-9460

Tri State Transportation
Providing dependable, affordable, and exceptional customer service to all our guests through our transportation services.
Phone: 802-855-3130
Email: Tri State

VTrips Serving the Upper Valley & Surrounding Towns
Personalized car service prioritizing fuel-efficient vehicles
Phone: 781-762-6998

Vermont VIP Services 
Chauffeured Transportation
Phone: 888-80GOVIP

Train Services

Amtrak/Vermonter Train
The Vermonter from WRJ travels north to St. Albans in Vermont or south to Washington D.C. with many stops along the way.