Spokane International Airport is a commercial airport owned by the Spokane County & City of Spokane. It’s the primary airport serving the Inland Northwest, which consists of 30 counties and includes areas such as Spokane, the Tri-Cities, both in Eastern Washington, and Coeur d'Alene in North Idaho.
GEG is located approximately 7 miles (11 km) Southwest of downtown Spokane, Washington. It covers an area of 6,140 acres (2,480 ha).
GEG Airport Stats & Facts
- The airport's code, GEG, is derived from its airfield's namesake, Major Harold Geiger.
- As of 2019, Spokane International Airport (GEG) ranks as the 70th-busiest airport in the United States in terms of passenger enplanements.
- In 2019, the airport served over 4 million total passengers, making it the second busiest airport in Washington.
- GEG is served by six airlines with non-stop service to 15 airports in 13 markets.
Airport Traveling Tips
- Passengers are advised to arrive at least 2 hours before a domestic flight departure, and 3 hours before an international departure.
- Before visiting the airport for a flight, please have a look at the GEG Airport Map.
- To ensure a smooth check-in process, passengers should pack carry-on luggage in an appropriate manner, have photo ID ready, and read all the airline guidelines properly prior to arriving at the airport.
Passenger Pickup and Drop-off
- Passengers can be dropped-off and picked up at the curbside from outside the terminal.
- While waiting for the arriving passengers, visitors can use the Cell Phone Waiting Lot, located only a few minutes from the terminal on inbound Airport Drive. Remember, the drivers must remain with their vehicles and can wait here for up to one hour.
- For arriving flights: Arrival flight status provides the arrival times, delays, and time to land, gate information, etc. for the Spokane Airport.
- For departing flights: Departing flight status shows scheduled vs actual departure, gate information, map tracking, and flight delays.
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Spokane International Airport has one terminal with three concourses - Concourse A, B, and C.
Concourse A and B
The 1965 Concourse A-B complex includes the two concourses linked by a central rotunda area with dining and shopping vendors.
- Concourse A houses 5 gates (11-15)
- Concourse B houses 8 gates (1-8)
Concourse C houses 9 gates, both upper (30-32) and lower (21a, 21b, 22-26). The lower level gates house regional turboprop aircraft, while the upper-level gates house narrow-body aircraft.
The various airlines served at Spokane International Airport include Alaska Airlines, United Express, Southwest Airlines, and more.
View the full list of airlines served at GEG here.
ADA accessible parking is available in all Lots and Garages. Elevators are available to all floors of the Parking Garage.
0-2 hours: $4
2-3 hours: $6
3-4 hours: $8
4-5 hours: $10
5-24 hours: $11 (Daily max.)
0-2 hours: $4
Daily max.: $6
Per hour: $2
Maximum Time 2 hours.
Passengers have many options for ground transportation after arriving at the airport. From public transport to rental cars to taxis, and more, they can choose according to their requirement and convenience.
The rental car counters are located in the Ground Transportation Center, next to the A/B Concourse Baggage Claim Area at the north end of the terminal building.
Taxi companies are centrally located in the terminal. Some of the renowned providers include Advanced Transportation Taxi, Anywhere Transportation, A Orange Cab, and more.
Spokane Transit Authority (STA) provides bus service from Spokane International to the transportation plaza located in downtown Spokane.
Amenities & Services
For visitors to have a great time, Spokane International Airport provides plenty of amenities and services including:
- Restaurants, bars, and cafes.
- Free Wi-Fi internet throughout the airport.
- Service Animal Relief Areas.
- Multiple art installations and exhibits.
Address: 9000 W Airport Dr, Spokane, WA 99224, USA
Phone: (509) 455 6455 /fax 624-6633
Spokane Airport: A Brief History Timeline
- Known as Sunset Field before 1941, it was purchased from the county by the War Department and renamed Geiger Field (hence the IATA code GEG) after Major Harold Geiger.
- In 1943, General Hap Arnold established the first formal fire protection training course at Geiger Field, Washington. It was used until 1946.
- In 1946, the airport became Spokane's municipal airport, replacing Felts Field, and received its present name in 1960, after the City of Spokane was allotted Spokane Geiger Field by the Surplus Property Act.
- In 1965, the current Concourse A and B complex was opened and was designed by Warren C.
- In 1974, a second level was added to Concourse A and Concourse B.
- By 2023, the airport plans to add new gates, centralized security and expanded baggage claim space as it looks to add more direct flights, including to the east coast, to capitalize on and accommodate growing passenger and cargo traffic; the Spokane market has been hosting big events and attracting business to the area.