Arriving by Air

If adventure is your oxygen, Wyoming will make you feel more alive than ever. Take advantage of flights into multiple cities throughout the state.

Regional commercial air service for best access to Jackson Hole

Temporary Jackson Hole Airport Closure: April 11 – June 28, 2022

Starting in spring of 2022, the Jackson Hole Airport (JAC) will be temporarily closed from April 11 until June 28 to allow for necessary renovations. The renovations will allow JAC to operate safely and support airline operations while enhancing the traveler experience. 

Commercial Airports in Wyoming

Explore more of the Cowboy State by flying into one of Wyoming’s convenient airports. Nearly all Wyoming airports offer direct flights to and/or from Denver International Airport (DEN) and Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC), including airports in Casper (the state’s only international airport), Cheyenne, Cody, Gillette, Laramie, Riverton, Rock Springs and Sheridan. 

Select an airport below to find flights for your time of travel.

Casper
(CPR)

Route: Park to Park

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271 Miles; 4.5 Hours to Jackson

Centrally located in the state, the Casper Natrona County Airport (CPR) offers visitors the only international airport in Wyoming and even faster opportunities to be out in nature. Experience the outdoors with a quick drive to Casper Mountain, where summer and winter adventures are abundant. Casper also sits along the North Platte River, where uncrowded waters teeming with blue ribbon trout easily make Casper one of the best fishing destinations in the U.S.

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Cheyenne
(KCYS)

Route: Park to Park

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434 Miles; 7 Hours to Jackson

Cheyenne, Wyoming’s capital, boosts western culture and endless outdoor adventure. Fly into Cheyenne Regional Airport (CYS) and catch glimpses of Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest. During the summer you can discover Cheyenne Frontier Days, the world’s largest outdoor rodeo. Located in the southeast corner of the state allowing visitors an opportunity to explore lesser-known areas.

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Cody
(COD)

Route: Black to Yellow

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295 Miles; 5 Hours to Jackson

Home of its famous namesake of Buffalo Bill Cody, visitors can fly into Yellowstone Regional Airport (COD) and experience the rich Western history of the town of Cody and the adventures in its surrounding towns, including Powell and Meeteetse. Cody is also conveniently located 50-miles from Yellowstone National Park’s east entrance.

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Gillette
(GCC)

Route: Black to Yellow

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403 Miles; 6.5 Hours to Jackson

Only about an hour away from Devils Tower National Monument, Gillette, is the northeast gateway into the state. Visitors will arrive at Northeast Wyoming Regional Airport (GCC) to find small-town charm, local rodeos, music and much more. A short drive out of town will also lead you to the Durham Buffalo Ranch, one of the largest privately owned bison ranches in the country. They also lay claim to Wyoming’s first meadery.

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Jackson
(JAC)

Route: Salt to Stone

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This airport is located within Grand Teton National Park, just minutes from Jackson. Visitors can take in magnificent views of the Teton Range as they arrive for premier skiing, recreating in Wyoming’s national parks or exploring all that downtown Jackson has to offer.

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Laramie
(LAR)

Route: Rockies to Tetons

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378 Miles; 6 Hours to Jackson

Surrounded by Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest and the Snowy Range Mountains, Laramie is home to Wyoming’s only university. Laramie Regional Airport (LAR) offers visitors a glimpse into this southeastern historically rich town. Full of outdoor activities from hiking to skiing depending on the season.

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Riverton
(RIW)

Route: Rockies to Tetons

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159 Miles; 3 Hours to Jackson

Central Wyoming Regional Airport (RIW) in Riverton, welcomes visitors to the west central half of the state. Just over 3 hours away from Yellowstone National Park, Riverton offers a glimpse into the Indigenous tribes of Wyoming, the Northern Arapaho and Eastern Shoshone. Submerged in cultural and historical sites of significance this town sits near the base of the Wind River Range.

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Rock Springs
(RKS)

Route: Salt to Stone

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186 Miles; 3.5 Hours to Jackson

Sitting in the high desert, Rock Springs, provides unique opportunities for adventure in Wyoming. Flying into Southwest Wyoming Regional Airport (RKS) provides visitors a beautiful entryway into southwest Wyoming. Known for the outdoor activities, Rock Springs, has a plethora of terrain to satisfy thrill seekers to cautious adventurers.

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Sheridan
(SHR)

Route: Black to Yellow

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371 Miles; 7 Hours to Jackson

Known as Wyoming’s emerald city, Sheridan is set against the beautiful Bighorn Mountains. Sheridan County Airport (SHR) is located in between Devils Tower National Monument and Yellowstone National Park. Take advantage of the cities rich cultural history and thriving main street during your visit.

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Flying with a REAL ID?

Beginning May 3, 2023, every air traveler 18 years of age and older will need a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license, state-issued enhanced driver’s license, or another acceptable form of ID to fly within the United States.

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