Boise Airport BOI
serves the capital city Boise in Ada County, State of Idaho. It is operated by Boise's Department of Aviation & Public Transportation.
The City of Boise is referred to as 'the City of Trees' and boasts one-of-a-kind museums and urban parks, a river flowing through the heart of the city with a 25-mile river front greenbelt. Visitors can enjoy nearby mountains, desert sand dunes, canyons and whitewater rafting rivers.
BOI Airport is only a few miles of downtown Boise, and is directly accessible via the Vista Interchange and I-84 access to the Airport.
With a yearly estimate of 2.6M passengers, Boise Airport is served by major and low-cost carriers, offering nonstop flights to cities primarily in the Western and Midwestern regions of the U.S., with connections worldwide. United, which traces its beginnings to Boise, serves the Airport since 1933.
- The Global Entry Enrollment Center
opened in March 2016.
- Staff of 'Streamline Airport Services'
stand ready at the curb and near ticketing areas to assist you with wheelchairs or bags
- you recognize them by their green neon ties!
- For Airport paging
use the paging phones inside the terminal, or call from outside 208-383-3110 - 24/7.
: In April 2016 Boise Airport won two concession awards from ACI North America for 'Best Retail Program' and 'Best Food & Beverage Program' in the small airport category. Also, Boise Airport's retail vendor Paradies Lagardere won 'Best New Local Concept' of the Greenbelt Magazine Marketplace - while 'Delaware North' - the food & drink vendor - came in second place for 'Best NewFood & Beverage full-service concept'.
Boise Airport has one passenger terminal with two concourses.