Boise Air Terminal or Gowen Field
Address: 3201 W Airport Way # 1000, Boise, ID 83705, United States
Airport code: BOI
Elevation: 2700 ft
Phone: +1 208-383-3110
Stationed Aircraft (2018): 269
Total Passengers: 4,111,151
BOI Departures today
Discover Boise Airport departures
Boise Airport is a joint civil-military airport located in the western United States. The city of Boise Department of Aviation operates this airport. However, this airport is overseen by an Airport Commission. In the state of Idaho, this airport is the busiest airport. This is because it is serving the most Boise departures than other Idaho airports combined. Idaho Falls Regional Airport is the second busiest airport in Idaho.
As a landing rights airfield need international general aviation flights for receiving permission from the officer of Customs and Border Protection before landing. Boise is unique and popular worldwide. Boise Airport is a commercial and general aviation airport. This airport functions as a USAF military facility for Boise airport flight departures. Gowen Field Air National Guard Base: part of this airport is for the 124th Fighter Wing in the Idaho Air National Guard. This fighter wing operates the aircraft A-10 Thunderbolt II for Boise flight departures. The Boise Airport is used for successful logistics support. This airport is also used by the United States Forest Service as a base for the aerial fire fighting air tankers in the emergency wildfire season for BOI airport departures. The National Interagency Fire Center in Boise gets different benefits from this airport.
Terminal at Boise Airport
There is one terminal in the Boise Airport at this time for Boise airport departures. This terminal is serving two concourses and also seven airlines. This 2-story building terminal has 4 baggage carousel, all ticket counters, rental car counters, a consolidated checkpoint, and some offices. The main things in the two concourses are 10 ground level, 13 jet bridges, and 23 gates (Concourse B – 11 gates and Concourse C – 11 gates) for BOI departures. There are no jet bridges in the C8a and C12. Alaska Airlines use and shares all these gates. However, gate C11 is being shared with Allegiant. The construction of concourse A is expected to be finished by 2035 for Boise departures. This concourse will be direct across from the concourse B and 11 new gates equipped with jet bridges. There will be one gate with the nature to handle a wide-body aircraft.
Terminal map, second floor, ticketing and security
Flights at Boise Airport
Individuals who are planned for flying to and from Boise Airport are advised to make contact with the official website of this airport in case they need any special requirements. For up-to-date flight times you can check also this page. The airport must be aware of the route information for all airlines with Boise flight departures. People who travel using American, United and Delta Airlines can get 100% satisfaction. This is mainly because the safe, prompt and convenient travel of these carriers.
Many residents, business travelers and tourists use the non-stop Boise airport departures to Atlanta by using Delta Air Lines. They are very conscious about their safety in this pandemic time and use face coverings in the airport and get an excellent passenger experience.
Boise Airport flight routes
Most Boise airport departures are with:
- Alaska Airlines
- Delta Air
- American Airlines
Most flights in 2020 were to Seattle in Washington and Denver in Colorado. Other major routes that year were going to the following destinations:
- Los Angeles, San Francisco and Oakland in California
- Dallas in Texas
- Las Vegas in Nevada
- Chicago O’Hare
- Palm Springs
- San Jose
- Portland in Oregon
- Phoenix-Sky Harbor in Arizona
- Salt Lake City in Utah
Traveling to and from the airport doesn’t have to be complicated. If you like freedom, for example a taxi or Rideshare such as an Uber is the best option. If you have to drive a lot, it may be useful to rent a car yourself. There are several car rental agencies at the airport in the terminal with counters. West of the terminal is the car rental lot where you can pick up or return the rental car.
If you want to travel cheaper, the bus is an option. Less freedom, but you can still get to location quickly and cheaply. There are always many stops, so in many cases you will arrive close to your final destination. Valley Ride buses run to Downtown Boise. From there there are more options to travel with Greyhound to further destinations by bus.
Parking in general at Boise Airport is not very expensive. Short term parking is possible in the garage just in front of the terminal on the 1st floor. It costs $2 per hour and has a maximum rate of $24 per day. All other floors at West Garage and Central Garage are labeled as long term parking. Then you still have covered parking for only $14 per day. Then there is a Long-Term Surface Parking Lot behind Central Garage. Just a little cheaper but not covered. It can be even cheaper and that is at Economy Lot at 500 W Victory Rd. From there there is a free shuttle service available that takes you to the terminal and vice versa.
There are a number of options for overnight stays near Boise Airport. If your flight leaves early, it can be ideal if you are already in the area to avoid any delay towards the airport. There are quite a few hotels in the area, but not all of them score such good marks online. That’s why we only suggest a few some good ones like these following:
- Fairfield Inn Boise
- Comfort Inn & Suites Boise Airport
- Inn America – Boisea
- Holiday Inn Express & Suites Boise Airport, an IHG Hotel