Colorado Springs Airport
A small airport located six miles (10km) southeast of central Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs Municipal Airport offers limited service to roughly a dozen US cities, including Las Vegas, Houston, Dallas, Minneapolis, Atlanta, Chicago, Washington DC, and Denver.
A few shops and restaurants, and a children's play area, make up the bulk of the entertainment options; however the airport's modest facilities are well-maintained and the staff is efficient and helpful, making Colorado Springs Municipal Airport a viable alternative to the bustle of Denver's much larger airport.
The airport is located six miles (10km) southeast of Colorado Springs.
Getting to the city
There are buses to Denver and Colorado Springs from the airport, operated by Colorado Tour Lines and Gray Line Tours. Taxis, limousines, rental cars, and airport shuttles are all available at the airport, and some hotels in Colorado Springs offer pick-up services for their guests.
GMT -7 (GMT -6 from the second Sunday in March to the first Sunday in November).
Car hire companies at the airport include Avis, Budget, Hertz, Alamo/National and Enterprise.
Spring Cab and Yellow Cab offer taxis from Colorado Springs Airport. Taxis are metered.
Facilities at the airport include ATMs, a visitor information centre and multiple restaurants and shops.
Short-term parking costs $1 per 30 minutes up to $8 per day, and long-term parking costs $1 per hour up to $6 per day. All parking is within walking distance of the terminal.
Flights to Colorado Springs Municipal Airport are available on Allegiant Air, American Airlines, Continental, Delta, Frontier, and United Express.
There is free wifi throughout Colorado Springs Municipal Airport.
The airport doesn't have any conference or business facilities, but there are plug points available throughout the terminal to charge laptops and cell phones.
Colorado Springs Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.