Jackson Hole Airport
Located entirely within Grand Teton National Park, flying into the Jackson Hole Airport is one of many amazing routes to begin your journey to Jackson Hole. The airport is conveniently serviced by United Airlines, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, Allegiant, Sun Country, and Private Jet Services with direct flights from over 16 non-stop cities. See the full 2022-23 Winter Inbound Flight Service Schedule.
FACTS ABOUT THE JACKSON HOLE AIRPORT
The Jackson Hole Airport was established by the town of Jackson at its present location in the 1930’s. At first, an unpaved landing strip was developed. But by the end of 1939, the site was selected and leased from the Bureau of Land Management, State of Wyoming, Jackson Hole Preserve, and Snake River Land Company.
It secured the Riverwind Foundation’s Business Emerald Sustainability Tier (BEST) level of sustainability performance. The certification standards are comparable to the world’s most rigorous and comprehensive environmental, community, and economic sustainability criteria.
They extend their commitment to sustainability to you and to everyone who flies in or out of the airport through the The Good Traveler program. It provides travelers an opportunity to offset their carbon emissions by contributing to certified offset projects such as restoring wetlands and growing forests.
Other Regional Airports
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Central Wyoming Regional Airport – Riverton (155 Miles)
Southwest Regional Airport - Rock Springs (196 Miles)
Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (208 Miles)
Casper Natrona County International Airport (263 Miles)
Cody Yellowstone International Airport (287 Miles)
Salt Lake City International Airport (290 Miles)