Fresno Airport is located more than 60 miles (97km) south of Yosemite National Park, on California State Route 41 in eastern Fresno.
Getting to the city
Tour buses, shared shuttles, taxis and buses that connects to Yosemite and downtown Fresno are all available from in front of the terminal building.
GMT -8 (GMT -7 from the mid-March to the first Sunday in November).
Car rental services are available from the airport, from companies including Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz and Alamo. Pre-booking is always recommended.
Taxi cabs operate from the curb in front of the terminal building. Visitors should expect to pay about $30 from the airport to an address in Fresno's city centre.
Amenities in Fresno airport include a tourism and information center, a newsagents, a sports bar, fast food outlets, a pub, and a barber shop.
Fresno Airport has three parking options for visitors: a free 'pick up' area, where patrons are required to remain with their car at all times while waiting for their guests to arrive; a short-term lot, charging $1 for up to 20 minutes of parking, $2 for 40 minutes of parking, $3 for an hour, and so on up to a daily maximum of $12; and a long-term lot with a flat rate of $8 per day. The lots are located to the east of the airport terminal.
Free wifi is available throughout the airport.
Fresno Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.