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As the 66th busiest commercial airport in the nation, Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RTIA) serves more than 3.5 million passengers per year. Located only 5 minutes from downtown Reno and 40 minutes from some of the finest ski resorts and outdoor recreation in the world, Reno-Tahoe International Airport is the gateway to America’s Adventure Place. Nine different airlines offer service at Reno-Tahoe International with over 60 daily departures to destinations throughout the U.S. and Mexico. The airport also prides itself on a high level of customer service and convenience. Free WiFi, free local calls, a cell phone waiting lot, and a dog park are all part of the customer service culture at Reno-Tahoe International Airport. We invite you to try out our Interactive Flight Map to see how easy it is to find the perfect flight to the Reno-Tahoe International Airport.

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Fly & Ski Reno Tahoe International Airport

Let’s call this airport what it is - The Biggest Little Airport in America. Reno Tahoe International Airport is one of the few commercial airports in the nation where you can see ski runs from the runways.
From landing, your boots are on snow in one hour, and that’s including time to pick up your bags and rental car. There is no need to worry about transportation to and from car rental kiosks, your shiny 4WD is waiting for you a few steps away from baggage claim. If driving isn’t your thing on vacations, an array of shuttles to the ski areas are readily available. Done and done.
Airports should be efficient. And Reno Tahoe International Airport absolutely is. After all, you should be in the mountains, enjoying yourself and maybe taking an Instagram photo, not stuck in baggage claim, reluctantly liking your friend’s posts.
Reno Tahoe International Airport welcomes flights from all over the world, including a JetBlue-serviced, non-stop, direct flight from New York City’s John F. Kennedy Airport. In a span of 24-hours one could take the A train from Lower Manhattan or Brooklyn to JFK then the Squaw Valley Funitel to the Mountain Run. Easy.