For broader options in flight availability and price, flying into a nearby airport is a popular travel option for Jackson Hole visitors and locals alike.
The Idaho Falls Regional Airport (a 1-hour. 45-minute drive from Jackson) and the Salt Lake City International Airport (a 4-hour, 30-minute drive from Jackson) offer additional flight options for travel to Jackson Hole. Both airports offer rental car services or the ability to book a charter bus to bring you to Jackson. Be sure to check on rental car and charter bus availability, driving conditions, and flight availability and cost prior to considering alternative airports.
Idaho Falls Regional Airport (IDA)
If traveling from the Idaho Falls Regional Airport, the Salt Lake Express operates a bus between Idaho Falls and Jackson twice per day, with tickets ranging from $26 to $60. The journey takes approximately 2 hours.
Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC)
If traveling from the Salt Lake City International Airport, The Salt Lake Express operates a bus between Salt Lake City and Jackson two times per day, with tickets starting at $70. This journey takes 7 to 9 hours depending on the time of day and road conditions. You can also take the Mountain States Express shuttle for a 6 hour drive, with tickets starting at $80.
Getting to Jackson Hole is easier than ever, with non-stop flights from major cities across the United States to Jackson Hole Airport (JAC)—the only airport in a national park and just 20 minutes from the town of Jackson.Explore
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