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City of Colorado Springs Municipal Airport (COS)

Situated six miles southeast of Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs Airport is the second busiest commercial airport in the state of Colorado behind Denver International Airport. First opened in 1927, the airport now has one terminal, two concourses, three runways, and seventeen gates. One of its concourses, however, is mainly used for meetings, with gates 14-18 going mostly unused. The functional gates serve flights to destinations in the Midwestern and Western United States. Before the pandemic, the airport served over 1.5 million annual passengers, and in 2021, the runways of the airport were repaved and refurbished with new asphalt and lighting. The airport is highly rated online, with reviewers commending its modernity and small-scale.

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Trip Support will help you find cheap deals to Colorado Springs. We have teamed up with the best airlines in the world and have centralized their options into one easy-to-use website. That way, you can find the flight that works best for you. The best times to visit Colorado Springs are during the shoulder seasons of spring (March through May) and autumn (September through October). During these seasons, the weather is cool but comfortable, the crowds are thin, and the prices are cheap. In contrast, Colorado Springs summers run hot, and the attractions become congested with people. We particularly recommend visiting in autumn for the red, yellow, and orange colors of the leaves.

Colorado Springs Travel Guide

Colorado Springs, located above a whopping 6000 feet, is a natural wonderland in the American Wild West. The moment you arrive, you'll be surrounded by stunning natural vistas, with the Colorado Rockies on one side and the Great Plains on the other side. For stunning views of the area, hike to the top of Pikes Peak, and for majestic, almost alien, landscapes, walk through the Garden of the Gods. For a taste of history, visit the Manitou Cliff Dwellings, which were constructed more than 7000 years ago. But there's more to the city than nature. For cultural vibes, visit Old Colorado City, and for those into learning, visit the Air Force Academy.

Situated six miles southeast of Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs Airport is the second busiest commercial airport in the state of Colorado behind Denver International Airport. First opened in 1927, the airport now has one terminal, two concourses, three runways, and seventeen gates. One of its concourses, however, is mainly used for meetings, with gates 14-18 going mostly unused. The functional gates serve flights to destinations in the Midwestern and Western United States. Before the pandemic, the airport served over 1.5 million annual passengers, and in 2021, the runways of the airport were repaved and refurbished with new asphalt and lighting. The airport is highly rated online, with reviewers commending its modernity and small-scale.

Trip Support will help you find cheap deals to Colorado Springs. We have teamed up with the best airlines in the world and have centralized their options into one easy-to-use website. That way, you can find the flight that works best for you. The best times to visit Colorado Springs are during the shoulder seasons of spring (March through May) and autumn (September through October). During these seasons, the weather is cool but comfortable, the crowds are thin, and the prices are cheap. In contrast, Colorado Springs summers run hot, and the attractions become congested with people. We particularly recommend visiting in autumn for the red, yellow, and orange colors of the leaves.

Colorado Springs, located above a whopping 6000 feet, is a natural wonderland in the American Wild West. The moment you arrive, you'll be surrounded by stunning natural vistas, with the Colorado Rockies on one side and the Great Plains on the other side. For stunning views of the area, hike to the top of Pikes Peak, and for majestic, almost alien, landscapes, walk through the Garden of the Gods. For a taste of history, visit the Manitou Cliff Dwellings, which were constructed more than 7000 years ago. But there's more to the city than nature. For cultural vibes, visit Old Colorado City, and for those into learning, visit the Air Force Academy.

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