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Palm Springs International Airport (PSP)

Located three miles east of Palm Springs, Palm Springs International Airport's one terminal, two concourses, 20 gates, and two runways served over 2.4 annual passengers before the pandemic. The airport, with a history dating back to 1939, now serves flights to cities in the United States and Canada, and its architecture, designed by the influential architect Donald Exler, reflects the cool vibe of the surrounding area. The airport is highly rated amongst critics and travelers alike; in 2011, it was rated third in a list of the least stressful airports in the United States by the online travel blog Smarter Travel. Given the airport's views of Mount San Jacinto, we can see why!

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Trip Support will help you find cheap deals to Palm 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 time to visit Palm Springs is, oddly enough, during the winter (October through February). During these months, the weather is warm and comfortable, and the crowds are at their least dense, which means lower fares. Summer's weather is scorching hot, so beware traveling to Palm Springs during this season. Spring and autumn, though pleasant, often bring with them large crowds and higher fares.

Palm Springs Travel Guide

Palm Springs—the name alone conjures up images of celebrity resorts, '50s and '60s stars like Elvis and Frank Sinatra, and desert cacti. That might have been the Palm Springs of the past, but Palm Springs today is a lively city full of pools, nightclubs, spas, natural hot springs, shops, and hotels. Annual festivals like Coachella and the Stagecoach Festival have brought a new vibrancy to the area, and there is a wealth of attractions to explore. The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway offers stunning views of the natural scenery, and the Palm Springs Air Museum and the Palm Springs Art Museum offer a taste of the area's culture. Plus, you just can't miss that warm California Sun.

Located three miles east of Palm Springs, Palm Springs International Airport's one terminal, two concourses, 20 gates, and two runways served over 2.4 annual passengers before the pandemic. The airport, with a history dating back to 1939, now serves flights to cities in the United States and Canada, and its architecture, designed by the influential architect Donald Exler, reflects the cool vibe of the surrounding area. The airport is highly rated amongst critics and travelers alike; in 2011, it was rated third in a list of the least stressful airports in the United States by the online travel blog Smarter Travel. Given the airport's views of Mount San Jacinto, we can see why!

Trip Support will help you find cheap deals to Palm 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 time to visit Palm Springs is, oddly enough, during the winter (October through February). During these months, the weather is warm and comfortable, and the crowds are at their least dense, which means lower fares. Summer's weather is scorching hot, so beware traveling to Palm Springs during this season. Spring and autumn, though pleasant, often bring with them large crowds and higher fares.

Palm Springs—the name alone conjures up images of celebrity resorts, '50s and '60s stars like Elvis and Frank Sinatra, and desert cacti. That might have been the Palm Springs of the past, but Palm Springs today is a lively city full of pools, nightclubs, spas, natural hot springs, shops, and hotels. Annual festivals like Coachella and the Stagecoach Festival have brought a new vibrancy to the area, and there is a wealth of attractions to explore. The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway offers stunning views of the natural scenery, and the Palm Springs Air Museum and the Palm Springs Art Museum offer a taste of the area's culture. Plus, you just can't miss that warm California Sun.

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