Snowboarding News | Tuesday October 10, 2017 | Shared By: Jackson Hole
It wasn’t long ago that you got off the plane in Jackson Hole, you entered a room the size of a high school auditorium and that was it. Now that seems like a distant memory. Renovated in 2013, when you approach JAC (the Jackson Hole airport) you are greeted with expansive Teton views, modern first-class facilities and the most flight options of any Rocky Mountain destination. The combination of these three aspects, in addition to a commitment by the JH Air program to bring in an increased amount of regional and domestic options, have transformed the airport from functional to world class.
Is the best part of the vacation flying in? The welcoming committee in GTNP.
Not surprisingly, others have taken notice of the increased amount of flight options and world-class facilities, as OntheSnow.com gave Jackson Hole it’s top ranking in their “Easy Ski Resort Access” guide. When you combine those factors with the proximity of the airport to the town of Jackson and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, you’re really putting the cherry on top. Just 36 minutes from the airport lies Teton Village and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, making the thought of flying in and making turns the same day a reality. A mere 20 minutes from JAC sits the town of Jackson, home of antler arches and authentic western flair. Did we mention that JAC is the only commercial airport in the United States located within a National Park (Grand Teton)? Start off your vacation on the right foot and enjoy our ease of access in getting you to Jackson Hole this winter.
“Jackson Hole Airport, located at the base of the Teton mountain range, is approximately 14 miles from Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and less than 10 miles from the town of Jackson. American, Delta and United Airlines offer direct flights from Denver, Salt Lake City, Dallas, Houston, Minneapolis, Chicago, Atlanta, San Francisco, Newark, New York-JFK, Seattle, Phoenix and Los Angeles. ”
With flights arriving from Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, New York, Newark, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Salt Lake, San Francisco and Seattle throughout the upcoming winter season- the only question that remains is which route will you take?