Capital Region International Airport serves Ingham and Clinton county, in Michigan, with domestic flights.
Official Website: flylansing.com
Number of Terminals - 1 -
Airlines: American, Delta, United
Annual passenger traffic: 345,000 passengers went through it in 2018.
Tel: +1 517-321-6121. There is an informtation center next to the TSA checkpoint.
Capital Region International Airport is located 3 miles (5 km) northwest of downtown Lansing in DeWitt Township, Michigan.
Atm cash machine available near the main entrance. Free Wi-Fi access. There is a conference / meeting room up to 50 people.
Restaurant / pub near the boarding gates
Curbside skyscap service is available to help passengers transport belongings to the airline counters
Baggage carts - are located on the first floor of the terminal building
Lost and Found - for items lost within the airport grounds call 517 321 825 or 517 886 7012
Homewood Suites Munster (2.4 km), Hampton Inn & Suites Munster (2.7 km)
Bus, taxis and limos are available. Call from one of the courtesy phones located in the baggage claim area.
Public bus - Capital Area Transportation Authority (CATA) provides fixed-route bus service to Capital Region International Airport seven days a week with Route #14.
Spartan Cab/Yellow Cab tel 517-482-1444
DD's Downtown Taxi tel 517-252-4498
FAMA Cab, LLC tel 517-898-0431
Dean Trailways (reservations required) tel 800-282-3326
Grand Limousine tel 517-882-5466
iCab Black Car tel 517-215-7910
There are 1,500 pakring spaces with both short and long term parking lots
The short term parking lot is closer to the terminal building, though the long term lot generally provides lower rates. Several area hotels participate in the airport's "Park and Fly" program, in that they offer special room rates and free shuttle service for airport patrons.
The first 15 minutes are free of charge in short-term car park
Curbside ramps may be found at both Arrivals and Departures.
Elevators are conveniently located in the main passenger terminal. They have the standard ADA graphics and are equipped with Braille and raised markings on the control buttons.
Walkers, crutches and canes may be taken aboard the aircraft. Guide dogs are usually allowed to travel on the plane with you as well. Call the airline in advance to verify its policy and make arrangements. Information for Special Needs Travelers
Latest updates: April 18, 2019