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Because Williamsport, Pa., is a relatively small area, flights to and from the closest airport, Williamsport/Lycoming Regional Airport (IPT), are limited. US Airways is the only scheduled airline that serves this airport, with flights into/out of Williamsport only from/to Philadelphia on two-engine, propeller-driven aircraft. The Williamsport/Lycoming Airport is located in Montoursville, which is about four miles from Little League International.

Other airports with regular scheduled flights in close proximity are in State College, Pa. (SCE - 55 miles), Elmira, N.Y. (ELM - 70 miles), Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, Pa. (AVP - 70 miles) and Harrisburg, Pa. (MDT - 75 miles). All of the airports include auto rental agencies at which you may wish to rent a vehicle during your stay.

If you plan to drive to Williamsport: The Little League International Headquarters is located on U.S. Route 15 (18 miles north of Exit 30 on Interstate 80), a major north/south artery of central Pennsylvania, in South Williamsport. When using Global Positioning System (GPS) navigation, the best address to use is: 570 East Central Avenue – South Williamsport, Pennsylvania. (Note: May be listed in some GPS units as “Central Avenue East.”). Handicapped parking is available at this same location.

For those World Series visitors requiring handicap access to the stadiums from the parking areas located at: 570 East Central Avenue – South Williamsport, Pennsylvania, shuttle service is available at designated points near the parking areas.

Handicapped visitors entering the Little League International Complex from U.S. Route 15 Highway, have access to the same shuttle service.

Benches marked with the "handicapped" symbol serve as the designated "pick-up" and "drop-off" points. These benches/locations are reserved for visitors requiring assistance to reach the World Series stadiums or parking areas. There may be a wait time as the shuttles cycle through a series of  "pick-up" and "drop-off" locations. Both World Series stadiums are handicap-accessible. Stadium ushers (wearing green shirts), stationed at each entrance tunnel, are available to guide handicapped visitors to the handicap seating areas.

There is no guarantee that all other members in the party accompanying a handicapped visitor will be permitted to ride the shuttle due limited seating on the shuttle. Limited seating may also require a handicapped visitor to wait for the shuttle to return as seating is on a first-come, first-serve basis.