Memphis International Airport is a regional air traffic hub serving the greater Memphis area. Conveniently located just three miles (5km) from central Memphis, the airport is the busiest in Tennessee, processing more than 10 million passengers each year.
Despite its traffic, Memphis International Airport is a fairly small facility. However, its efficient design makes it a practical gateway to popular Memphis attractions like Graceland. There are only a few souvenir shops and restaurants, but many of both specialize in the best local food: southern-style barbecue.
International flights to Memphis International Airport are mostly limited to a few routes to Cancun and Amsterdam, but there are a wide variety of domestic routes to cities across the US, including New York, Minneapolis, Miami, Denver, Atlanta, Chicago, Boston, Phoenix, and Dallas.
The airport is situated seven miles (11km) southeast from Memphis.
Getting to the city
Memphis Area Transit Authority (MATA) public buses leave regularly for the city centre from a bus station near Terminal C, and there are also services to many out-of-town destinations. Taxis are available outside the terminal buildings. Some hotels provide shuttle services and some shuttle companies serve the wider area. Car rental companies are represented at the airport. Uber and Lyf operate at the airport, pickup areas are located outside the terminals.
GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).
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Rental car agencies are located adjacent to the terminal building on levels 1 and 2 of the multi-level economy parking. Car rental companies represented at the airport include Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Hertz, National, Enterprise, and Thrifty.
Taxis are available outside the Terminal B baggage claim area on the ground level between 6am and one hour after the last flight of the day. A taxi from the airport will typically charge a minimum of $10 with a $3 airport surcharge and $0.50 per excessive item of luggage. Approved taxi companies include Dynasty Transportation, Premier Transportation, SFAX, and True Concierge.
Transfer between terminals
The terminals are connected by walkways and are within easy walking distance of one another.
There are numerous restaurants, bars and cafes and a variety of shops, including an Elvis gift shop, shoeshine services, book stores, and a meditation centre. 24-hour ATMs are located in ticketing levels of Terminal B. Disabled facilities at the airport are good; those with special needs should contact their airline in advance.
Parking at Memphis International Airport is free for the first 30 minutes. Short-term parking is $2 for the first hour, and $1 every 30 minutes thereafter up to $24 per day. Long-term parking has a similar pricing structure, with a $15 daily rate. Economy parking is $1 for the first 90 minutes, and $6 per day.
Flights to Memphis International Airport are available via Allegiant Air, American Airlines, American Eagle, Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection, Southern Airways Express, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, United Express, and Vacation Express.
Free wifi is available in the terminal.
Basic business services are available in the International Business Service Center in Ticket Lobby B. Conference facilities are available in the work centre between Terminals A and B.
Memphis International Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.