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Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is a zoological park southwest of downtown Colorado Springs. At 6,714 feet above sea level, it is the highest zoo in the United States. The zoo is 13 miles away from the airport. A taxi, which takes about 22min, is the best way to get there. Unfortunately, the Mountain Metro Transit bus, shuttles and other public transportation do not take people to the zoo. The only option is getting a taxi or hailing one through Uber or Lyft.
Colorado Springs Airport is a relatively small airport. It has one terminal, two concourses, and 12 departure gates. The single terminal consists of three levels.
Luggage storage can be very convenient for travelers on a layover or who want to explore the town with luggage or before the next flight. Unfortunately, Colorado Airport has no lockers or other luggage storage facilities. It would be wise to carry minimal luggage or prepare to have your gas with you everywhere in case you have a layover at the airport.
There are several transportation options available for you. You can take the public Mountain Metro Transit Bus and Ski shuttles or use private options like taxis and ride apps. A taxi ride takes 20min and costs about $40. The transit bus is cheaper but takes about 40min to an hour.
If you would like to have a particularly relaxing travel experience, purchase an access pass to the airport’s private lounge. The lounge is located in the airport’s Departures wing and provides guests with complimentary snacks, comfortable seating, access to a large business center, and several entertainment options, including TVs.
The Broadmoor Hotel is an affordable choice that is less than a 10-minute drive from the airport and provides guests with a free airport shuttle. The Hampton Inn at the Colorado Springs Airport location is directly adjacent to the airport and provides guests with free shuttle service as well.
Colorado Springs Airport is located approximately 40 miles from Pikes Peak, one of the region’s most popular hiking areas. If you are traveling between these two locations by car, the trip should take slightly less than 1.5 hours, unless there is unexpected traffic or bad weather.
If you would like to grab a bite to eat before your flight takes off, make sure to browse through all of the different dining options located in Colorado Springs Airport. Pikes Perk Coffee is a small cafe that serves pastries, while Bristol Taproom is a sit-down restaurant with an American-style menu that has a full-service bar.
American Airlines, British Airways, and Iberia are commonly used to fly to Colorado Springs from United States.
The city center of Colorado Springs is 7 miles from Colorado Springs.
All flights to Colorado Springs land at Colorado Springs. The airport code is COS,and it can also be referred to as Colorado Springs.
On average, a flight to Colorado Springs costs $258. The cheapest price found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks cost $48 and departed from Minneapolis St Paul Airport.
Based on KAYAK data, the cheapest day to fly to Colorado Springs is Wednesday. On the other hand, the most expensive day to fly is Thursday.
The cheapest month for flights to Colorado Springs is January. On the other hand, the most expensive months are June and July.
American Airlines, United Airlines and British Airways have waived their change and cancellation fees on flights to Colorado Springs. Confirm policies on booking site.
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No food or entertainment, but flight very comfortable and on time.
Baggage claim was barbaric at Wilmington. I realize that this is a startup airline but if they hope to grow or even survive they need to upgrade this airport. There is no automated luggage carousel and at times you are not only fighting your fellow passengers to get to your bags but also passengers coming in from other flights who cross right in front of you
No frills, i.e., no drinks or snacks. One is charged for everything. The cost really adds up. The crew and flight attendants were excellent and very pleasant.
I always walk by a pallet of Avelo branded mini bottles of water on the tarmac, but I’ve never seen them in flight. Yup, not even water offered on a 3 hour flight. No wi-fi onboard. We just watch the flight crew on their phone for 3 hours every flight. At least a mid-flight trash pickup would be great. Better than my last flight, but they only could have gone up from there. Don’t use for business or ticketed vacation like Disney… too unreliable.
You get what you pay for. The plane was dirty and the seats were awful.
Nightmare airline. Avoid Avelo. Understaffed at check-in with long, slow lines. Inexplicably had two flights and only one plane. Not weather or maintenance related apparently. One was supposed to go to Myrtle Beach and one to Orlando. I imagine someone thought it would be better to fly the available plane to Myrtle Beach and back and then go to Orlando since that round-trip was shorter. This didn’t account for the human factor of an end-of-week Orlando flight being 85% Disney passengers and putting the flight on a six-hour delay in New Haven airport… which, if you’ve been there, is tiny and has nothing to do for 50 kids excited to get to Disney. This delay was announced at the time of departure. No one realized before the time of departure there was no plane on the ground? And no one thought… hey I think the Myrtle Beach crowd might be a better one to have wait if we’re going to make a choice here (mind you the initial inbound plane was coming from Orlando and supposed to be out aircraft… they literally said let just grab this plane because it’s here to get this other group out at the last second). There is/was zero customer service desk for Avelo in HVN and there were no updates/announcements throughout the day. Plane still gets back late and we finally leave. No wi-fi on these planes, no snack or even water. I know this is budget airline, but expected at least a water after 8 hours of travel day. This should have been offered in terminal too. We land… hooray. Would you believe there is no ground crew to get the plane in to the gate… for 27 minutes. 27 minutes!!! At this point the rental car center is closing in 10 minutes, kids on the plane are crying again, and everyone is talking about how they’re never flying Avelo again. Finally get off. Bags are out at baggage claim right away (finally something right?), but they’ve stopped the carousel immediately and there is no baggage service rep. People are climbing over the carousel to get to the far side (if you’ve ever been to MCO you’ve seen it) because obviously they just stopped it immediately once all the bags were out. This airline is a dumpster fire. Icing on the cake was that while everyone was stuck in HVN, they were setting up for a celebration of their millionth passenger tomorrow. I bet 995,000 of those will never fly the airline again. Don’t fly Avelo. You’ve been warned.
Airline was the only available airline during the Southwest cancellation. It was easy to book. Lowest available fair. Convenient airports. Everything was great. Problem was, they didn’t release what gate flight was departing. The woman at the ticket booth didn’t know which terminal they were boarding and wanted me to wait in 30+ minute line versus telling me to look for flight kiosk. Burbank gate was packed. Otherwise the flight was perfect!!
Barely room for the tray table to come down. Clearly a budget airline that overcharges for every additional service.
It was a smooth and short flight and the pilot got us to our destination early. Had it been a longer flight, a snack and drink would have been nice. But this flight was perfect. Thank you.
This is my first time flying in this aerolínea, and is really good Thanks so much
Colorado Springs (COS)United States
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