Delta Air Lines announces new service from Atlanta to PSP
Delta Air Lines has announced new seasonal flights from Atlanta To Palm Springs International Airport commencing on December 20, 2018. The service will start with daily flights until January 2nd, 2019, and will then operate on Saturdays with a B737-800.
Air Canada announces new service from Calgary to PSP
Air Canada has announced new seasonal daily service from Calgary to Palm Springs, beginning on October 28, 2018, operated with an Airbus A320. Air Canada currently offers seasonal flights between Palm Springs and Vancouver and Toronto.
Sun Country announces new service from Portland to PSP
In addition to its non-stop service from Minneapolis, Sun Country Airlines announces new seasonal service beginning on November 1st, 2018, from Portland, Oregon, to Palm Springs International Airport.
United Airlines announces new service from Newark to PSP
United Airlines expands service between New York/Newark and 17 destinations and adds more mainline and larger regional jets
Real ID to Board Domestic Flights
Attention Californians, ID Requirements Are Changing.
Starting October 1, 2020, you will need a REAL ID, passport, or other TSA Approved document to board a domestic flight.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles begins offering REAL ID driver licenses and ID cards on January 22, 2018.
All valid California driver licenses or ID cards can still be used to board a domestic flight until October 1, 2020.
For a list of acceptable federal IDs, visit www.tsa.gov
More information of REAL ID is available at https://www.dmv.ca.gov/
Operation of Drones
If you intend to operate a "DRONE" also known as "UAS" Unmanned Aerial System, or a "MODEL AIRCRAFT", please read the Federal Aviation Administration Regulations and Guidance applicable to this topic.
We recommend that you review the FAA websites often because this information is changing rapidly.
If you plan to operate a drone within five miles of an airport, you need to obtain permission from the FAA. The Palm Springs Air Traffic Control Tower can be reached at (760) 322-7500.
Thank you in advance for making safety the first priority: