Traveling to Palm Springs is easier than ever thanks to their newly renovated Palm Springs International Airport (PSP), located just minutes from downtown Palm Springs and the Convention Center. The airport is served by numerous carriers from major cities.
Palm Springs International Airport recently renovated and expanded the ticket lobby, doubling its original space. Additionally, a new baggage system was installed to speed and improve baggage services. The $36 million project reconfigured airline offices allowing better passenger circulation, improved accessibility for passengers with disabilities, and added additional ticket counters to accommodate the growing list of airlines that fly to Palm Springs.
aha! Airlines – New! – Reno, NV (1/3/22)
Air Canada – Toronto – seasonal (2/4/22)
Alaska Airlines – San Francisco – Seattle Austin – New! (11/19/21) Boise – seasonal (12/16/21) Everett – operating Portland – operating San Francisco – operating San Jose – New! (11/19/21) Seattle – operating
Bellingham – operating Boise – Operating Des Moines – New! – (11/18/21) Eugene – seasonal (11/19/21) Indianapolis – New! (11/18/21) Nashville – New! – (11/17/21) Provo – New! – (11/19/21)
American Airlines –
Chicago – operating Dallas DFW – operating Phoenix – operating
Atlanta – seasonal (12/18/21) Minneapolis – seasonal (12/18/21) Salt Lake City – operating Seattle – operating
Flair Airlines (Canada)
Edmonton – New! (12/17/21) Toronto – New! (12/15/21) Vancouver – New! (12/17/21)
Boston – seasonal (12/25/21) Ft. Lauderdale – New! (12/16/21) JFK New York – operating
Chicago MDW – New! (11/23/21) Dallas LOVE – operating Denver – operating Las Vegas – operating Phoenix – Sacramento Oakland – operating Portland – New! (11/20/21)
Sun Country – Minneapolis – operating
Swoop Airlines – Alberta, Canada (12/16/2021)
Chicago – operating Denver – operating Houston – operating LA – seasonal (12/17/21) San Francisco – operating
Westjet – (Canada)
Calgary – operating Edmonton – operating Vancouver – operating Winnipeg – operating
While taking to the road isn’t everyone’s first choice on a getaway, if you’re looking to explore beyond the boarders of downtown Palm Springs, it’s definitely a good way to go. Palm Springs is rather compact with an amazing walkable downtown, so having a car during your stay is definitely not necessary, especially if you are staying close to downtown. However, renting a vehicle allows you to set your own schedule and pace and delivers accessibility to some of those out of the way highlights including hikes at Indian Canyons, going up the Palm Springs Aerial Tram or taking a day trip to Joshua Tree.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Hertz, Alamo, Budget Rent-A-Car, Thrifty
Skycap Shuttle Service SkyCap Shuttle provides of Luxury SUV, Town Car, and Van Shuttle Service to all locations in Palm Springs and surrounding desert cities
Prime Time Shuttle offers shuttle service from LAX to Palm Springs. Prices vary by vehicle and group size. These can be ordered online in advance.
Lin Lines From a modest start with two vehicles in 1981, Lin Lines has enjoyed steady growth over the decades. Today, Lin Lines provides an elite fleet with professional, uniformed drivers, competitive prices and volume discounts for larger groups.
Cardiff Limousine & Transportation Provide convention and private transportation service. Serve the Palm Springs area and provide airport transportation to all Southern California airports.
When you aren’t up for driving and are willing to pay a little more for the convenience of pick and drop off services, consider using a taxi or the Uber or Lyft app. These ride-share options are an easy way to customize your pick-up time, location and vehicle type. If you’re the type of traveler who loves to head out on a whim, this may be the way to ride.
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