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Airport for trip to Bethlehem, PA

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I am getting ready to book flights for a trip to Bethlehem, PA and I am looking for the best airport to fly into. Flights will be on Continental - have a credit from a cancellation last year. There are non-stop flights from SFO to Newark and to Philadelphia. Is one airport preferable to the other? We'll be arriving late afternoon or evening on a Saturday, heading home the following Saturday. Yahoo maps shows the drive time from each to be almost identical with respect to distance and time. Is either route more subject to congestion? We'll be renting a car - is either airport easier/cheaper with regard to car rentals?

We can also get flights into Allentown with a connection, but I am leaning toward the non-stop because I'll be travelling with my mom who has a bum knee and I'd like to avoid the extra walking, standing in lines, etc. the come with making a connection.

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