PSP Airport Info & MapsPalm Springs International Airport is a 940 acre public airport that serves the Palm Springs, Coachella Valley and Inland Empire areas of California since it's completion in 1939. Located just two miles east of downtown Palm Springs, you're already in the heart of the city once you land without having to travel too far or too long.
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Overview | Palm Springs International Airport
Palm Springs International Airport is made up of three main buildings, the Sonny Bono Concourse on the airport's north end, and another concourse on the south end. The airport can be accessed by vehicles from Tahquitz Canyon Way from downtown, or Kirk Douglas Way depending on the direction you're coming from. For vehicle storage, there's a large parking lot directly in front of the building. This center building also houses the security screening area, as well as the ticketing area on the right, as well as baggage claim and various car rental company counters on the left side of this main area. When you're departing, you'll be routed to the airline ticket counters or check-in kiosks before being ushered to the security screening area so you can proceed to the gates in the two outlying concourses. These concourses have a total of 17 gates between them where you can find departing gates for carriers like Air Canada, JetBlue and Virgin America. The Sonny Bono Concourse is named after the late singer and former Palm Springs mayor and has a total of 7 gates. The other unnamed concourse currently has 8 gates.
PSP Concourse & Gate Info
- The airport gates are split up between two concourses, one being the Sonny Bono Concourse the other Concourse is currently unnamed. In the Sonny Bono Concourse, you can find gates 4-11. It's in this concourse that you'll find departing gates for Alaska Airlines, Allegiant Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Airlines, JetBlue, United Airlines, Sun Country Airlines, WestJet and Virgin America. Of the two concourses, this is the elevated one of the two and is used for larger aircraft. The unnamed concourse is on the south side of the airport and is known simply as Gates 12-20. It's at the tarmac level and here you can find departing gates for carriers such as Alaska Air, American Eagle, Delta Airlines and United Airlines.
If you have any uncertainty about destinations, amenities and services, flight schedules or any other pertinent information about PSP, it's always a good idea to check their official website to answer any questions you might have. You can even ensure you're on track by checking the arrivals and departures schedule on the website. Go to the Airport Information & Services section to find out about the free hotel shuttles and available PSP parking options. For the best possible quality Palm Springs parking, for reasonable prices, book with Instapark.
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