Rochester International Airport
Rochester International Airport is a tiny regional airport in Minnesota served by only two airlines. It receives fewer than 400,000 passengers annually and is generally used for the medical airline AirMed, which is connected to the Mayo Clinic, a top non-profit medical practice and research facility. Staff at the airport are warm and friendly and process times are short as it is such a small airport.
The airport is seven miles (11km) southwest of Rochester.
Getting to the city
An airport shuttle meets most arriving flights and charges a set rate of $11.50 to downtown Rochester. Airport taxis wait outside the arrivals area and charge approximately $25 for the drip into downtown Rochester. Taxis are easy to find just outside the terminal. Taxi fare to downtown Rochester costs $25.
GMT -6 (GMT -5 from March to Nov).
Tel: +1 (507) 282 2328.
Rental operates with services at the airport include Hertz, Budget, Avis, National and Enterprise. The rental car park is within walking distance of the airport.
Taxis from several companies, including Yellow Cab and Med City Taxi are available from the airport. It's approximately $25 from the airport to downtown Rochester.
Pay-phones, ATMs, wifi, charging stations, vending machines, smoking areas, baby-changing stations, restaurants and retail outlets are all available. Rochester Airport is also fully equipped for disabled passengers.
The first 15 minutes is free, thereafter short-term parking costs $1 per 30 minutes up to a daily maximum of $10. Long-term rates start at $1 per our and go up to $8 per day and $48 per week.
Only American Airlines and Delta offer flights to Rochester International Airport.
Free wifi can be accessed on the 'RST FREE' network throughout the terminal.
While charging stations and wifi are both available, there are no other business amenities at Rochester Airport
Rochester International Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.