Enjoy Non-Stop Flights to Idaho Falls, Idaho
Plan Your Getaway To Idaho Falls!
Get ready for adventure with a trip to Idaho Falls. The city offers great outdoor recreation, museums, an acclaimed zoo, great dining and many other memorable experiences. It’s located only two hours from the world-famous Yellowstone National Park.
Things to Do in Idaho Falls
If you love Lake Tahoe but dream of something a bit more remote, you’ll love Redfish Lake. Stay in cabins onsite, play in the Caribbean-blue waters, and enjoy hiking galore with views of the Sawtooth Mountains on the horizon. Approximately 3.5 hours drive from Idaho Falls.
Just over 3.5 hours from Idaho Falls and minutes from Redfish Lake, Stanley is surrounded by 1000 acres of remote Idaho wilderness. It’s an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise; raft, hike, climb, bike, fish, ski, or go horseback riding. Visitors don’t just come for the daytime adventures, but for the “nightlife” as well – Stanley boasts the United States’ first Night Sky Reserve, with clear, starry skies free of light pollution and perfect for viewing a good meteor shower. The options for outdoor recreation are limitless here.
is approximately 1.5 hours from Idaho Falls, and has a landscape that is “out of this world.” This is the site Apollo 14 astronauts used to train for a trip to the moon in 1969, and NASA still uses the site for research today. Lava flows created this interesting landscape, which can be explored via several hiking trails. Get a permit to go caving in the lava tubes, or if you’re visiting in the winter, the monument opens for cross-country skiing.
(near Twin Falls), approximately two hours away. This Idaho Best-Kept Secret has to be accessed by boat or paddleboard, so start your water adventure in Banbury by renting a kayak or paddleboard and paddling into this beautiful secluded spot nestled in Box Canyon.
“The Niagara of the West” – is a sight to behold at 212 feet high and 900 feet wide. This attraction is near Twin Falls, just a couples hours from Idaho Falls and an excellent stop for a short road trip around Southern Idaho.
Natural hot springs – Idaho boasts numerous natural hot springs throughout the state, varying in accessibility. Be sure to look up a few along the way on your travelers, they make for a delightful and relaxing stop during your journey.
Idaho Falls Regional Airport
Idaho Falls Regional Airport (IDA) serves Eastern Idaho, Southern Montana and Western Wyoming. Located two miles from downtown Idaho Falls, the airport offers nonstop service to 12 destinations with connecting flights to thousands of cities.
Ticket Counter Hours
Airport check-in counters are open for check-in 90 minutes prior to departure and will close 30 minutes before departure.
When to Arrive at the Airport
We recommend that guests arrive at the airport at least 90 minutes before their scheduled departure to ensure adequate time to check baggage and process through security screening.
Guests should be present for boarding at the gate 30 minutes before scheduled departure time. Guests who are not at the gate and ready to board at least 15 minutes before scheduled departure time may forfeit their seat and fare paid.
Aha! Check-In Information
Guests may check-in online, pre-pay applicable baggage charges, and print boarding passes (and soon on our mobile app). Baggage charges may be lower when paid online than at the airport. Priority boarding is available for purchase online or at the airport.