Spokane International Airport

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Spokane International Airport

 

aerial view of Spokane Airport

Image Credit: Wikipedia Commons

Spokane International Airport (IATA code: GEG) is an airport located approximitely 5 miles (8km) west of downtown Spokane, in Washington.

The airport is the primary airport serving America's Inland Northwest, which consists of 30 counties.

GEG is served by six airlines, which provide non-stop domestic services to 15 locations within the US. A connecting flight will need to be made if you are heading to GEG from an international destination.

Fun Fact: The airport's IATA identifier, GEG, comes from the airfield's namesake, Major Harold Geiger, who was an Army aviation pioneer.

Location

 

Facilities

 

Facilities Include:

 

TSA PreCheck: TSA PreCheck is available for qualifying passengers. 

Eating: There are over 15 options of eating and shopping. Options include Burger King, Starbucks, Aurora Pub, Vintage Washington, and Spokane Tap Room. 

Shopping: Duty Free shopping is not available. Shops provide travel essentials and last-minute gifts. 

WiFi: Free WiFi is available throughout the terminal building.

ATMs: ATMs located landside, opposite the security checkpoints for Concourses A/B and C.

Baby Care Facilities: Baby change facilities and dedicated Nursing Rooms are available in all Airside Concourses and Landside. 

Barber/Hairdressing: Flying Shears operates a barber shop near the Baggage Claim area.

Rest Zones: As well as standard seating, there are also comfortable rocking chairs in all Concourses. 

 

 

Lounges Include:

GEG currently has no lounge facilities.

Runways

 

The airport covers 6,140 acres (2,480 ha) and has two runways:

Runway 3/21: 11,002 ft × 150 ft (3,353 m × 46 m)

Runway 8/26: 8,199 ft × 150 ft (2,499 m × 46 m)

Terminals

 

The terminal building at GEG consists of three primary structure, with Concourse A and B in the center, Concourse C to the southwest, and the Ground Transportation Center towards the north. The three structures have been built adjacent to each other and are connected.

Concourse A-B

The Concourse A and B complex was constructed in 1965, with a second level added in 1974. A retail space and expanded security checkpoints were added to the airport's three concourses in 2006, when the 'Rotunda' (which is home to the primary passenger facilities) was also given an aesthetic renovation. The airport plans to continue expansions, and add another concourse between 2020-2025.

Southwest Airlines is the current primary carrier operating from Concourse A, and Delta and United Airlines both operate from Concourse B.

Concourse C

Alaska Airlines and American Airlines currently operate from the upper-level gates, while Horizon operates from the lower level gates of concourse C.

Airlines that fly to Spokane International Airport

 

 

Airline Destinations
Alaska Airlines Boise, Everett (begins November 2019), Los Angeles (begins January 2020), Portland (OR), San Diego, San Francisco (begins March 2020), Seattle/Tacoma
American Airlines Dallas/Fort Worth, Phoenix–Sky Harbor
Delta Air Lines Minneapolis/St. Paul, Salt Lake City, Seattle/Tacoma
Delta Connection Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, Seattle/Tacoma
Frontier Airlines Las Vegas
Seasonal: Denver
Southwest Airlines Boise, Denver, Las Vegas, Oakland, Phoenix–Sky Harbor, Sacramento, San Jose (CA)
Seasonal: San Diego, Chicago-Midway
United Airlines Chicago–O'Hare, Denver, San Francisco
United Express Denver, San Francisco

Top Destinations

 

 

Rank Destination Passengers Airlines
1 Seattle/Tacoma, Washington 572,430 Alaska, Delta
2 Denver, Colorado 223,030 Southwest, United
3 Portland, Oregon 159,240 Alaska
4 Salt Lake City, Utah 140,520 Delta
5 Phoenix–Sky Harbor, Arizona 133,260 American, Southwest

How to get to Spokane International Airport

 

By Bus

The Spokane Transit Authority (STA) operates two stops at the airport. Bus route 60 connects the airport to the STA's hub, The Plaza, in Downtown Spokane; transfer opportunities are available from Downtown Spokane on the rest of the STA system.

The WSDOT's Travel Washington Gold Line also provides a twice-daily bus service to cities north of Spokane, such as Deer Park, Chewelah, Colville, and Kettle Falls.

By Taxi

Taxis are available outside the terminal building, curbside, in the ground transportation area. All taxis are metered. 

By Car Rental

A car rental car facility is located next to the Ground Transportation Center on the north end of the main terminal building.