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Spokane International Airport offer a number of parking alternatives to suit any traveler’s needs, from covered parking next to Terminal Building to economy parking with complimentary shuttle services. There are also off-site alternatives providing the ultimate in convenience, valet parking, and self-parking with on demand transfers. Here are the official airport parking options available at Spokane Airport:
The Parking Garage offers covered parking located just outside the Terminal Building and entitles you to a complimentary car wash. It has capacity for almost 800 vehicles and is open seven days a week, 24 hours a day.
The Outside Parking Lot is located just behind the Parking Garage and a short walk to the Terminal Building. It offers more economical prices than the Parking Garage but provides the same 24 hours a day, seven days a week service and complimentary car wash.
For those leaving from Concourse C there is the C Concourse Parking Lot located at the end of the concourse. It provides outside parking at the same price as the Outside Parking Lot. Bear in mind that payment in this parking lot must be made by credit or debit card as it is not attended.
The Economy Lot is located at less than half a mile (0.6 kilometers) from the Terminal Building and offers a free shuttle service to take you the two minute journey. If you are looking for the lowest price official parking then this is the place.
If you need to drop-off or collect a passenger there is Hourly Parking available in front of all the main entrances to the Terminal Building. There is also a Cell Phone Lot, located beside the Airport Inbound Road, where you can wait for your guest to arrive free of charge before driving to the terminal to collect them.
Should you need any assistance or further information contact Spokane Airport Parking on +1 (509) 455-6466. They are available 24 hours a day and offer free help for flat tires and batteries. All lots are ADA accessible and there are elevators to all floors and Skybridge access to the concourses.
Spokane International Airport (GEG), the second busiest airport in Washington and approximately the 70th in the USA in terms of passenger numbers, attends to over three million passengers each year. It offers non-stop flights to 16 destinations, the most popular by far being Seattle. The five airlines serving GEG are Alaska, Delta, American, Southwest and United and they operate from the three concourses, A, B and C, in the single Terminal Building.
Spokane International Airport sits approximately five miles (8 kilometers) west of downtown Spokane in the east of Washington. Taxis are available from outside the Terminal Building near the ticketing area and the journey takes around 20 minutes to arrive downtown. You can rent a car from one of the rental facilities located to the north of the terminal past Concourse A and B. There are also shuttle services to hotels and ride share services located outside the baggage claim area of all the concourses and past the rental car facilities.
The Spokane Transit is the public bus service that runs every day of the week from the Terminal Building and you can catch it from outside Concourse C and in front of the car rental facilities. The journey downtown takes around 25 minutes and is available from Monday to Friday, 6:38am until 10:38pm, on Saturday the service finishes an hour early and on Sundays it runs hourly from 8:38am to 6:38pm.
For onward travel from Spokane there are Amtrak and Greyhound services as well as other private bus services. Both are located in the same station in downtown Spokane, just 14 minutes from the airport and offer onward transportation to other major cities.
Spokane Airport, initially known as Sunset Field and later as Geiger Field, was opened to commercial traffic when it was transferred to Spokane County from the War Department following the Second World War. The 1960s saw it gain its current name and the opening of what are now called Concourses A and B. As passenger numbers continued to rise, the following decades saw the expansion of Concourses A and B and the addition of Concourse C. However, with passenger numbers reaching over three million there are plans to add a further concourse in the foreseeable future.
Spokane Airport is a small, easy to navigate airport with almost all the restaurants, bars and shops located past security. In Concourses A and B they can be found in the central rotunda area and in Concourse C they are spread out past security. If you have time on your hands the central area for Concourses A and B is home to the majority of the dining and shopping options but take into account that you cannot travel airside from Concourse C to the rotunda.
If you need special assistance during your time at Spokane Airport it is advisable to call in advance on +1 (509) 455-6455.
Here are some of the facilities available at GEG:
If you have an early flight out of Spokane Airport why not treat yourself to a park, sleep and fly package and take the stress out of driving to the airport first thing in the morning. You simply drive to your hotel the night before your trip and park your car. After a good night’s rest, the hotel’s complimentary shuttle service will take you to the airport so you can start your journey feeling relaxed and refreshed.
For those traveling on a budget the Super 8 Spokane is seven miles (11 kilometers) from the airport and the journey there takes just over 10 minutes. Offering complimentary WiFi, a free breakfast, an indoor pool and even a children’s pool, for those traveling with little ones, this no-frills hotel provides a laid back start to your trip.
Just a mile further afield and a little pricier is the Hotel RL Spokane at the Park which sits on the banks of the Spokane River. Enjoy a free artisan coffee at their onsite Victrola Coffee Roasters cafe, some local entertainment at the onsite The Living Stage or try out their bike rental facilities before catching the free shuttle service to Spokane Airport.
If you are looking for luxury and convenience the Wingate by Wyndham Spokane Airport and the Ramada at Spokane Airport, the only two on-airport hotels, are both within walking distance or less than a 5 minute drive from the Terminal Building. With both offering complimentary breakfast, outdoor heated pools and luxury rooms, you can start your vacations in style.
If you are flying from Concourse A or B head to the Flying Shears barber shop for a last-minute trim or style. If you have time on your hands it’s perfect as you don’t need to book in advance, you can just walk straight in.
Fancy a bite to eat before your flight? Take a trip to David’s Pizza in the Concourse A and B rotunda. They sell pizza by the slice or the whole pie providing the quality of the much-loved downtown restaurant in the airport.
If you are looking for something to read, head to Auntie’s Book Store located in the rotunda of Concourse A and B. The local store in downtown Spokane opened in 1978 with a mission to educate, entertain and enlighten and it now has a branch inside the airport where you can even grab a coffee while you browse the shelves.
Feel like you need to relax? At Spokane International Airport there are rocking chairs located throughout the terminal in all the concourses. Choose yourself a chair and rock away that pre-flight wait.
This iconic 100 acre park in the center of Spokane, just an eight mile (13 kilometer) trip from GEG, is one of the most impressive urban parks in America. Used by both tourist and locals alike it is home to the Spokane Falls, an island, the Spokane River, the Rotary Fountain and much more. You can walk through the park, ride a gondola or take in the falls from the skies on the SkyRide. The falls, set against the urban backdrop of Spokane’s business district, deserve a special mention as they live up to their Native American name of Stluputqu (swift water) as flows can exceed 31,000 cubic feet per second. To take a look at more information on the falls and the huge amount on offer at the park click here.
This 37 mile (59.5 kilometer) trail stretches from the Washington – Idaho border to the Nine Mile Falls and runs next to the Spokane River. You can travel it by any means of transport that isn’t motorized and the trail is accessible in either direction from the Riverfront Park. As it is built on a former rail path it provides a relatively flat, easy route to take in the stunning scenery of Spokane.
If you feel like taking in a show then a visit to the Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox, just over a 10 minute ride from Spokane Airport, is a must. The beautiful 1930s art deco building was renovated to its former glory, reopened in 2007 and is now run by the Spokane Symphony. To find out what is on during your trip to Spokane click here.
Travel the eight miles (13 kilometers) from GEG to the magnificent St. John’s Cathedral to see a fine example of Gothic architecture. You can visit from Monday to Friday, 9am until 4pm, or take a tour provided on the first, third and fifth Friday of the month and the second and fourth Saturday of the month from 11am until 2pm. The free tours usually last just under an hour and, although no reservation is necessary, it is worth calling in advance on +1 (509) 838-4277 as events scheduled on tour dates take priority.
The Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture, or MAC as the locals fondly refer to it, provides an opportunity for visitors to delve into the inland Pacific Northwest, its art, culture and rich history. With over a million artifacts in its underground galleries and rotating exhibits it has enough to keep the whole family busy. There’s also Campbell House, offering a taste of 19th century Washington life, an outdoor amphitheater, library and archives, and an auditorium. It is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10am and on Tuesdays admission is half price. To have a look at the special events available during your trip, which usually include lectures, live performances, special tours and films, click here.
A 30 minute drive from GEG Airport is the Mica Moon Zip Tour company offering tours through zip lines and hikes to take you deep into the beautiful nature of Spokane. Adrenaline junkies sign up for the tour which starts at the Liberty Lake Portal where you get a ride half way up Mica Peak. Keep your eyes peeled on the two and a half hour trip to catch a glimpse of hawks, deer and elk.
At eight and a half miles (13.5 kilometers) from Spokane Airport, this botanical garden and park provides an oasis for any weary traveler. From carefully tended gardens to over 70 acres of native landscape, it is home to playgrounds, trails, a cafe, a picnic shelter, a conservatory and is a fabulous place for winter sledging. It’s free to enter and is open every day from 5am to 11pm.
If you want to take to the slopes, at around an hours drive away you have the Mount Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park. Located in the Mount Spokane State Park it offers 45 runs set in over 1,400 acres, a number of lodges, tubing, and night skiing. To find out more about the ski resort and the facilities available visit their website by clicking here.
The single passenger terminal at Spokane International Airport is made up of three distinct areas. Concourses A and B are next to each other, Concourse C to the southwest and to the north is the Ground Transportation area. Concourses A and B share the same security checkpoint whereas Concourse C has separate security and is not connected to the other two concourses airside. The whole Terminal Building is small and easy to walk around.
The following airlines fly from Spokane International Airport:
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Driving to Spokane International Airport is relatively simple navigating with the ZIP Code WA 99224. Driving from the northeast (Canada, Mead and North Spokane) take Division Street south to Interstate 90, take Exit 277/US-2 and then the Spokane Airport Exit. From the south (Pullman) take US-195 north to I-90 west. Arriving from the east (Spokane Valley) take I-90 west and from the southwest (Cheney) take I-90 east and exit at 277b/US-2 west. At the Spokane Airport Exit keep left at the fork and follow Airport Drive which will take you to the parking lots and the Terminal Building.
Catch route 60 from downtown at the Plaza, Second Avenue and Spruce, or Sunset Boulevard and Rustle Road. The journey from the Plaza takes just over 15 minutes and runs during the week from 6:05am to 10:05pm. On Saturday the service runs hourly and on Sunday it runs from 8:05am to 7:05pm. To check the schedule click here.
Many hotels in the area provide complimentary shuttle services to the airport. There are also private providers offering shared or exclusive rides from within the area to GEG. To have a look at the airport’s official limousine, bus and shuttle services click here.
Free water bottle filling stations are available on all the concourses so it is worth carrying an empty bottle with you. When you pass through security you can fill it and have water for your wait and during your flight.
Save on parking when collecting passengers by heading to the free Cell Phone Lot. You can wait there until your guest arrives and then drive to the terminal to collect them. It is located next to the Airport Inbound road and is clearly signposted.
It has been noted by passengers that the distance from the ticketing area in Concourse C to the Car Rental Counters, at the other end of the terminal, is quite a hike. If you have a lot of luggage you may want to consider dropping your bags off before taking your vehicle back so you don’t have to carry them the length of the terminal.
Although frequent fliers have stated that arriving one hour before your scheduled departure is sufficient, the official recommendation from Spokane International Airport is to arrive 90 minutes before your plane is due to leave.
The IATA three letter code for Spokane Airport was selected when the airfield was known as Geiger Field, in honor of Major Harold C. Geiger, balloonist and army aviator. In 1960 when it became Spokane International Airport the code was left unchanged and remains GEG.
In terms of land size Spokane International covers 416 acres, which is relatively small compared to many US airports. It currently attends to just over three million passengers a year, falling inside the top 100 airports in the USA for passenger enplanements. The official categorization is as a small-hub primary commercial service facility and Spokane Airport is generally described as a small airport that is easy to fly in or out of.
Spokane Airport is located around five miles (8 kilometers) west of downtown Spokane in eastern Washington, which itself sits in the Pacific Northwest of the USA. You can navigate there using the ZIP Code WA 99224 and the airport is easy to locate and clearly signposted.
There is free, unlimited WiFi throughout the Terminal Building at Spokane Airport, sponsored by STCU.
The following non-stop destinations can be reached from Spokane International Airport: Seattle, Portland, Boise, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Diego, Phoenix, Denver, Dallas, Minneapolis and Chicago O’Hare. There are also seasonal non-stop flights available to Midway. The airlines providing the flights are Southwest, Delta, United, Alaska and American.
Spokane Airport is open 24 hours a day and operational hours are from 4am to 9:30pm, seven days a week. Ticket counters vary depending on the airline: Alaska Sunday to Friday, 3:45am to 7pm (Saturdays until 6:30pm), United 4am to 3pm, Southwest 105 minutes before the first departure, American 6am to 2:15pm and Delta three hours prior to an international flight and two hours for continental flights. The shopping and dining options begin to open from 4am and start to close from 7pm.
From Interstate 90 take Exit 277 onto US 2 and the exit is clearly sign posted as “Spokane Airport”. At the fork keep left and follow Airport Drive to the terminal. You can navigate there using the ZIP Code WA 99224.
Uber and Lyft both run to and from Spokane Airport, you just need to request a ride and head outside once you have collected your luggage. As you leave the baggage claim level follow the yellow striped pavement to the yellow rideshare pick-up zone.
Spokane International Airport offers a variety of on-site parking options from the Parking Garage and Outside Parking Lot, located in front of the Terminal Building, to the Economy Parking Lot with free transfer shuttles. There is also Concourse C Parking located within walking distance of Concourse C. Alternatively there are off-site facilities providing the most convenient valet services and economical self-parking services.
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