It is not necessary to allocate too much time to catch a flight. The airport is a 20 minute drive from Binghamton University. The airport is a congestion-free facility with easy accessibility. It is only necessary to be there 35 minutes before departure. This is a list of flights out of Binghamton on the afternoon and evening of Sunday October 12.:
Binghamton University is 70 miles (about 1 1/2 hours) from Syracuse and Scranton-Wilkes-Barre airports. Newark airport is about 3 to 3 1/2 hours drive from Binghamton.
The main US Interstates to the Binghamton area are I-81 and I-88. These interstates connect with the important NY-17. To get to the campus you can either:
1. Leave NY-17 at Exit 70 S (South). This exit leads to Route 201, which goes to campus.
2. Exit I-81 at Exit 4 S. Take Route 363 (south, it only goes south) and then Route 434. To do that follow the road signs leading to Vestal. The campus is in Vestal, not in Binghamton. The main entrance to the campus will be on your left.
More detailed directions.
Getting to the place of the meeting:
To reach the parking lot M2 from the main entrance of the campus: Stay in the right lane on the entrance road, passing the information booth, till you reach a traffic circle. Bear right at the circle. You will be driving the road called West Drive. Follow the signs pointing "West" (West Drive). Take a right turn when you see the green sign "Lot M, Sciences 1 & 2. Lecture Hall". Lot M is very large. The closest parking spaces to the meeting are in the middle of the lot.
From the parking lot M2, walk east (towards the Glenn G. Bartle Library) to get to the buildings Lecture Hall (LH) and Student Services Wing (SW). Both Lecture Hall (LH) and Student Services Wing (SW) are buildings following the same style of architecture with red bricks as the Glenn G. Bartle Library. Student Services Wing is in West Drive across Parking Lot L.
Glenn G. Bartle Library