Boise Airport (BOI) (Boise Air Terminal or Gowen Field) is a joint civil-military airport
located three miles south of Boise in Ada County, Idaho. The airport is operated by the city of Boise Department of Aviation and is overseen by an Airport Commission. It is by far the busiest airport in the state of Idaho, serving more passengers than all other Idaho airports combined and
around ten times as many passengers as Idaho's second busiest airport in Idaho Falls Regional
Boise is a landing rights airfield (requiring international general aviation flights to receive permission from a Customs and Border Protection officer before landing).
Boise is one of Idaho's best-known airports which is world-class and ranked 7th in a 2004 Global Airport Satisfaction Index Survey. Free Wi-Fi is available at Boise Airport. Like most airports in Idaho, it has state-of-the-art technology and a helpful staff. It also has many restaurants and food courts in its premises. Almost two million passengers use this airport every year.
The airport covers five thousand acres (7.8 sq mi;) at an elevation of 2,871 feet.
at Its east end. It has three runways:
10L/28R: 10,000 x 150 feet Asphalt, Weight capacity: 75,000 pounds single wheel; VASI system
10R/28L: 9,763 x 150 feet Asphalt, Weight capacity: 75,000 pounds single wheel; VASI, ILS/DME
09/27: 5,000 x 90 feet Asphalt, Weight capacity: unspecified; Restrictions: Military only.
Major airlines serving this airport: Alaska Airlines, Allegiant Air, American Airlines, American Eagle, Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection, Frontier Airlines, Gem Air, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines and
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Lewiston–Nez Perce County Airport
Lewiston–Nez Perce County Airport
Lewiston–Nez Perce County Airport (LWS) is in Lewiston, Idaho. Owned by the city
of Lewiston and Nez Perce County, it is in an elevated area two miles south of downtown.
The Airport covers an area of 865 acres at an elevation of 1,442 feet above sea level. It has two runways with asphalt surfaces: 8/26 is 6,511 by 150 feet and 12/30 is 5,002 by 100 feet.
Magic Valley Regional Airport
(TWF), also known as Joslin Field, is a public use airport located four nautical miles south of the central business district of Twin Falls, a city in Twin Falls County, Idaho. The airport is owned by the City and County of Twin Falls. It is mostly used for general aviation but is also served by one commercial airline.
The facility covers an area of 1,468 acres at an elevation of 4,154 feet above mean sea level. It has two runways with asphalt surfaces: 8/26 is 8,703 by 150 feet and 12/30 is 3,224 by 75 feet.
Pullman–Moscow Regional Airport (PUW) is a public airport in the northwest United States, located in Whitman County, Washington, two miles east of Pullman and four miles west of Moscow, Idaho. The airport is accessed
by using spurs from State Route 270, and has a single 6,730-foot runway, headed northeast/southwest (6/24), aligned with Moscow Mountain (4,983 feet twelve miles to the northeast, the highest summit in the area.
The rural airport in the Palouse region is the primary air link for its two land-grant universities, Washington State University in Pullman and the University of Idaho in Moscow. Both universities use the airport for jet charters from Alaska Airlines, Frontier Airlines, and Allegiant Air for their intercollegiate athletic teams.
Horizon Air (marketed and sold as Alaska
Airlines) is the sole commercial airline serving the airport, flying Bombardier Q400 turboprop aircraft. It began service to Pullman–Moscow (and Lewiston) 35 years ago in March 1983, with Fairchild F-27 and Metroliner aircraft. Horizon Air
provides 3-4 daily scheduled flights to Seattle/Tacoma. Historically, flight schedules have sometimes included a stop in Lewiston, but currently all scheduled flights at PUW are nonstop to/from Seattle.
Airport covers an area of 467 acres at an elevation of 2,556 feet above sea level. It has one asphalt paved runway designated 6/24, which measures 6,730 by 100 feet. The airport was annexed by the City of Pullman in August 1988, and the present terminal opened in February 1990 at a cost of $2.7 million.
The modest commercial terminal is a single large room, divided between pre- and post-security areas by a single security checkpoint and glass walls. The waiting area occupies all space beyond the checkpoint but is not commonly used for waiting, as most passengers pass through the security checkpoint immediately before boarding. Both passenger gates are ground-level doors to the tarmac; passengers board via the fold-down aircraft-door stairs, or airstairs (for larger charter aircraft). Gate 1 on the east side of the terminal is used by Horizon Air.
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