Also known as Capital City Region International Airport, Lansing Capital City Airport is located just three miles (5km) northwest of Lansing, Michigan. Despite its important-sounding name, the airport is very small, processing just more than 250,000 passengers each year.
Lansing Capital City Airport has limited facilities, with only a few gift shops and cafés to keep passengers entertained while they wait for their flights. Thus a good book and an mp3 player are essential for whiling away a layover in Lansing.
Although it is conveniently located near downtown Lansing, the airport also has the drawback of being more expensive to fly into than facilities in Detroit.
The airport is located three miles (5km) northwest of downtown Lansing.
Getting to the city
Capital Area Transit Authority (CATA) provides fixed route bus service to Capital Region International Airport seven days a week along Route 14. The fare is $1.25.
GMT -5 (GMT -4 from the second Sunday in March to the first Sunday in November).
Car rental companies at the airport include Avis, Budget, Hertz and National.
Taxis are located across from the main entrance. Courtesy phones for booking taxis are located in the baggage claim area.
Airport facilities include an information centre, an ATM, a cafe and pub for refreshments, a private lounge for frequent flyers, meeting rooms, and a lost and found.
Parking is free for the first 15 minutes in both parking lots. Short-term parking costs $2 for the first hour, and $3 for each additional hour, up to a daily maximum of $12. Long-term parking costs $2 per hour, $10 per day, and $50 per week.
Flights to Lansing Capital City Airport are available via Sun Country Airlines, Delta, and United Express.
Wifi is available in the terminal.
Lansing Capital City Airport has a conference room near the baggage claim area, with facilities like meeting rooms with white boards, presentation screens and wifi access. Catering is available by arrangement.
Lansing Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.