Welcome to the guide to Palm Springs Airport!
Palm Springs airport was originally created to be an airbase for the U.S Air Force. It was the perfect place due to calm weather and the perfect location. The airbase was built in 1939 but was later converted into a Public Airport. After a few years, airlines began to request to use Palm Springs airport as a main airport for them. One of the bigger airlines that requested this was Mesa Airlines, an airline that is still in operation today. The passenger aircrafts that we’re first being used were the DC-3 and DC-9. After that the airport has continued to expand. Now it holds 2 terminals with over 20 gates that operate to many destinations.
Airlines and Destinations
Air Canada Rouge
Austin, Portland, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle
Boise, Des Moines, Eugene, Indianapolis, Nashville, Provo
Phoenix, Dallas-Fort Worth
Austin (Begins November 17th)
Eugene, Redmond, Santa Rosa (All begin November 11th)
Salt Lake City
Atlanta, Minneapolis, Seattle
Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary
Phoenix, Las Vegas, Denver, Oakland, Sacramento
Chicago-Midway, Dallas-Love, Portland
San Jose (Begins November 6th)
Denver, San Francisco
Chicago O’hare, Houston, Los Angeles
Palm Springs does not operate any Cargo Flights.
- Currently used for any commercial aircraft
- GA does not use this runway
- 10012 ft long
- Serves as runway for GA
- 4954 ft long
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