Everyone has similar questions, we hear them all the time. Below are the most common ones we hear.
A: The Real ID deadline is October 1, 2021. Please visit the TSA website for more information.
A: Please contact your airline. Contact information can be found by clicking here.
A: We recommend arriving at the airport at least two hours before your flight is scheduled to leave.
A: The airport is open 24 hours a day. The security checkpoint opens at 3:45 a.m. The airline ticket counters generally open for business no later than 4:00 a.m. Hours for the Allegiant ticket counter vary; click here to download a schedule.
A: Travelers need to contact airlines directly, or go through a travel agent, for fares and flight schedules. For a list of airlines serving the Springfield airport, click here.
A: Parking information and cost can be found by clicking here.
A: Handicapped parking is located in the short-term lot at the long-term price. Click here for more information.
A: It depends on the airline. Click here for information about pets on Delta Air Lines. Click here for information about pets on American Airlines. Click here for information about pets on United Airlines. Click here for infomation about pets on Allegiant.
A: The work force at the airport is composed of various businesses. Each has its own hiring policies and procedures. Click here for more information.
A: No identification is required for children. Adults 18 and over are required to present acceptable identification. For more information visit the website of the Transportation Security Administration.
A: Visit the Prohibited Items page on the Transportation Security Administration website.
A: Please click here.
A: Yes, Springfield-Branson is a landing rights airport. After hours and weekend flights are available. Please call the Customs office for more information: 417.868.0545
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Everyone is required to wear a mask at the airport as mandated by Springfield City Council and federal law.
Everyone must wear a mask while on-board a commercial (airline) aircraft.
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