Palm Springs PSP Airport Overview

Palm Springs International Airport PSP serves the City of Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley of southern California and is gateway to famous spas & resorts in that region. It  is managed by staff from the City of Palm Springs, with advisory direction from the Airport Commission.

PSP Airport is on East Tahquitz Canyon Way,  within walking distance of the central business district of Palm Springs, and is near the desert resort cities of the Coachella Valley. If you drive from the East or West, exit Interstate Hwy. 10 at Gene Autry Trail (Palm Drive):  turn left (south), then turn right on Ramon Rd., then right on Kirk Douglas Way leading to the passenger terminal.

With two runways and 2.0 passengers in 2016, Palm Springs International is served by major and low-fare airlines offering daily nonstops to many US cities and seasonal flights to western Canada; however all airline traffic is highly seasonal, meaning less air traffic during the hot summer months.

Palm Springs International Airport has one passenger terminal.

Passenger dropoff:  You can drop off passenger and luggage curbside. If assistance inside is required, contact a Skycap or an Traffic Officer curbside for assistance. Then proceed to the short- or long-term parking lot.

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