Non-Stop Flights to Jackson Hole

Newsroom Flight Guide To Mountain Destinations Non-Stop Flights to Jackson Hole

Nestled against the breathtaking backdrop of the Teton Range, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is a haven for winter enthusiasts seeking the perfect blend of pristine slopes, rustic charm, and unrivaled natural beauty. But unlike many U.S. ski destinations, which are near a major thoroughfare or major city, Jackson is hundreds of miles from a major metro or international airport. And that’s in part what makes Jackson such a special place.

Flying in and out of Jackson Hole is one of the most unique and beautiful window seat experiences in America, as planes takeoff and land just below the towering peaks of the Grand Tetons at Jackson Hole Airport (JAC). From Jackson Hole Airport, it’s then just 15 minutes to Jackson Hole, where Snow King Mountain is located, or 30 minutes to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Grand Targhee is just over an hour away. Continue reading for our flight guide to Jackson Hole.

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Jackson Hole Flight Guide

>About Jackson 

Jackson Hole isn’t just a destination; it’s an experience that captures the essence of the American West. Tucked away in northwest Wyoming, this quaint town exudes a unique blend of cowboy culture and alpine allure. Surrounded by the jagged peaks of the Grand Tetons and adorned with a charming downtown, Jackson Hole has earned its reputation as a premier winter destination. Whether you’re a seasoned skier or a snow enthusiast eager to explore, the town’s vibrant atmosphere and world-class ski resorts make it a must-visit locale for winter adventures.

Town of Jackson with snow-covered ski slopes behind it

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, home to 2,500 acres of skiable terrain, and an incredible 4,139 feet of vertical, is the headlining ski resort in Jackson. It’s consistently rated by OnTheSnow users as one of the best ski resorts in North America for expert terrain. After a day shredding at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, head into Jackson to Snow King, the only Jackson ski area with night skiing. If you’re in the area for a few days, don’t miss the light, dry, deep powder of Grand Targhee.

Get to Know Jackson Hole Airport (JAC)

Jackson Hole Airport is conveniently located near both the town of Jackson and Jackson Mountain Resort. Direct flights are available from numerous cities, including Chicago (ORD), Dallas (DFW), Denver (DEN), New York (LGA and EWR), Los Angeles (LAX), Seattle (SEA), and San Francisco (SFO). Baggage policies for ski and snowboard equipment varies from airline to airline, so double check airline policies before finalizing your flights.

Jackson Hole Airport has several on-site rental car companies, while additional car rental companies offer free shuttle service to their downtown Jackson locations. Taxis, rideshare, and hotel shuttles are available to and from the airport. Additionally, Jackson Hole has a public bus service that runs between town and Teton Village.

Non-Stop Flights to Jackson

Below you’ll find daily non-stop flights to Jackson from a number of U.S. metros. Some of these flights are seasonal, while others can change without much notice. We recommend checking with the airline for specific times and availability as you plan your trip. 


Destination Route Dates 
San Diego SFO-JAC Year-Round 
Seattle SEA-JAC Year-Round 
San Francisco SFO-JAC Year-Round  



Destination Route Dates 
Chicago ORD – JAC Year-Round 
Dallas DFW – JAC Year-Round 
Los Angeles LAX – JAC Year-Round 



Destination Route Dates 
Atlanta ATL – JAC Year-Round 
Los Angeles LAX – JAC Year-Round 
Minneapolis  MSP – JAC Year-Round 
Salt Lake City SLC – JAC Year-Round 



Destination Route Dates 
Chicago ORD – JAC Year-Round 
Denver DEN – JAC Year-Round 
Houston IAH – JAC Year-Round 
Los Angeles LAX – JAC Year-Round 
New York City  (Newark)EWR – JAC Year-Round 
San Francisco SFO – JAC Year-Round 

Need to Know Information 

It’s no secret that a ski trip can often take a little bit more planning and preparation. And that’s particularly the case when flying into a destination like Jackson that has a smaller airport and is prone to winter weather. We recommend booking your flights as far in advance as possible. Those weekend flights in and out of Jackson fill up quickly, and especially on holiday weekends. 

Finally, no matter where you’re flying in and out of, we recommend giving yourself some extra time. Winter weather, traffic, and the time to check ski gear and get through security can all be unpredictable. For one less thing to think about, consider shipping your skis or snowboard. 

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