Lewiston-Nez Perce County LWS Airport Overview

Lewiston-Nez Perce County Airport LWS serves Idaho's city of Lewiston, which is situated at the confluence of both the Snake and Clearwater Rivers, in a narrow valley, with a range of hills to the north sloping to 2000 feet above the valley floor. The famed Lewis and Clark Expedition passed through this area in 1805.  The area also borders areas of Washington & Oregon.

LWS Airport is close to the City of Lewiston, in central Idaho - accessible from Hwy 129 exit Bryden Canyon Rd, or exit SR 12 at Hwy 129 south.

With two runways and an estimated annual passenger count of 124K, Nez Perce County Airport  is currently served by smaller planes of Alaska  & Delta airlines, along with some code-share airlines - with flights to Boise & Salt Lake City - and by Sun Country with flights to Pasco.

Lewiston-Nez Perce County Regional Airport has a small & modern passenger terminal offering a bistro/gift shop, a bar & cafe, a hairdresser, and on-airport rental car agencies Hertz & Budget.

Parking in the adjacent parking lot is FREE & include 400 spaces in both the short-term parking lot for up to 3 hrs, as well as the long-term parking lot with a 60-day limit) across from the main entrance road.  Parking is free, but subject to change.

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