Greater Palm Springs: A New interactive Flight Map Unveiled

By: Sharjeel Sohaib


Mar 1, 2022


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For arranging a meeting or conference in Greater Palm Springs, a new interactive flight map will help you plan an event convenient for attendees worldwide.

With nonstop flights from more than 22 cities and connecting flights from hundreds of other destinations, planning a trip to the desert oasis is easier than you might think!

Flight Map Gives You A Quick Overview Of The Nonstop Flight Options Available From Airports Across The Country.

Fly Directly Into Palm Springs International Airport (PSP). This year, Sacramento, CA, Portland, OR, Chicago, IL, Dallas, TX, Austin, TX, Oakland, CA, Eugene, OR, Boise, ID, Fort Lauderdale, FL, San Jose, CA, and Reno, NV, will all have new nonstop flights to PSP. This makes getting to the Southern California hideaway more convenient than ever!

Our new flight map gives you a quick overview of the nonstop flight options available from airports across the country.

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The Coachella Valley is just two hours from Los Angeles, San Diego, Las Vegas, Phoenix, and Tucson β€” and that’s just driving time. Factor in the convenience of a private jet or helicopter, and you can be here in less time.

The arrival at Palm Springs International Airport conveys a sense of your successful conference in Greater Palm Springs. Passengers opt for a peaceful open-air promenade via outdoor walkways and lushly manicured courtyards with gardens, water features, and original artwork instead of the long lines and wait hours found at most airports arriving at their meeting place fresh and relaxed.

Palm Springs International Airport was designated one of the “Top 10 Stress-Free Airports in America” by, partly because of its serene ambiance.

You can download the PSP route map here

Airports in the Area

Meetings travelers have four major airport options within a two-hour drive or less from Greater Palm Springs if connecting with another Southern California destination is much more feasible.

The Ontario International Airport is a popular choice, slightly over an hour distant. With an average of 64 daily departures offered by eight air carriers, the full-service airport provides commercial jet service to around 18 major airports in the United States, Mexico, and Taiwan and connects to many domestic and international destinations.

  • Ontario International Airport (ONT) (1 hour 15-minute drive)
  • John Wayne Airport (SNA) – located in Orange County, California (1 hour 30-minute drive)
  • Los Angeles International Airport, aka LAX – the largest airport in the United States (2-hour drive)
  • SAN: San Diego International Airport (drive time: 2 hours 15 minutes)

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