The hassle of finding parking at Springfield-Branson Airport can be solved right here. With guaranteed daily parking rates starting at $5.95/day, On Air Parking offers the best solution to notoriously pricy airport parking lots.
Reservations with On Air Parking include secure, guaranteed parking no more than 5-minutes from SGF, with a free 24/7 shuttle to and from the airport and free cancellations, all for just $5.95/day.
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There are two parking options at Springfield-Branson Airport – Short-term Parking (Lot B) and Long-term Parking (Lot C). In Short-term Parking, the rates are $2/30 minutes and $16/day. Located behind short-term parking is Long-term Parking with rates of $1/hour, $11/day, and $66/week. Handicap Parking is available in the short-term lot for long-term parking prices.
Valet Parking is also available from 4 am to one hour after the day's last flight arrival. Valet Parking is $20/day.
As soon as you purchase on our website, you will receive the details of where you are parking right away. Our traveler care team will be able to assist you if there are any delays in regards to your parking reservation.
To provide you with great deals, we negotiate with professionally run parking companies to give you the best possible deals for your parking. Every facility is checked on all measures to ensure your safety and security. We also strive to provide that FREE shuttles are running around the clock, 24/7 for your convenience.
What's the address of your parking lot?
You should receive an email within 10 minutes of your purchase with the parking facility's name and address at which you'll be parking. If it's hard to pull up the address on your GPS or maps, we suggest checking our partner facilities' website (by Googling their name) or calling their number provided in your reservation.
What is your cancellation policy?
We appreciate you giving us a chance, and know this isn't how you're used to purchasing parking. That's why we offer free cancellations at any time — no questions asked.
Ground transportation in and out of SGF is significantly more limited than other airports, as Springfield's local buses do not currently stop at the airport itself. However, below are a few options for ground transportation to/from SGF.
1. Taxis: located outside the terminal, just outside baggage claim areas.
2. Hotel Courtesy Shuttles: select hotels in the area offer free shuttle service for their guests. Contact your hotel ahead of traveling to learn if they provide this service and to make reservations.
3. Rideshare Apps: companies like Uber and Lyft are both available at SGF. These rideshare apps are excellent options for an airport like SGF, which has limited ground transportation options.
Ride-Sharing companies like Uber and Lyft are becoming increasingly popular options for getting to/from airports. At Springfield-Branson Airport, both of these companies are available.
Uber rates from downtown Springfield to SGF are $24 for UberX and $35 for UberXL. The ride takes approximately 17 minutes.
Lyft prices, by comparison, are $21-24 for a Standard Lyft to/from Springfield and $32-36 for an XL.
Traveling to SGF from outside of Springfield will be significantly more expensive. For example, a ride to Branson (roughly 1 hour from the airport) would cost anywhere from $90-100 for a Standard ride and $140-160 and XL.
Springfield-Branson Airport has two main options for parking at the airport with several different rates. Here is a closer at the hourly and daily parking rates for SGF.
1. Short-term Parking (Lot B): the closest parking to the terminal. The rates in this lot are $2/30 minutes and $16/day.
2. Long-term Parking (Lot C): located behind short-term parking, but within walking distance. This lot offers parking at rates of $1/hour, $11/day, and $66/week. If you do not mind the walk, this parking lot is the best deal for short-term and long-term parking.
3. Cell Phone Lot (Lot A): a free, temporary waiting area for anyone picking up a passenger. Vehicles must be attended at all times.
4. Handicap Parking: available in the short-term parking, but for the long-term parking prices.
SGF serves as the primary airport for several cities in the Southwest Missouri region, located in Springfield and within an hour of Branson, Missouri. Several hundreds of businessmen and women pass through it each day.
If you are one of those people, we recognize that parking is the last thing you want to be concerned with, especially if you regularly travel for work. That is why we offer the most affordable daily parking rates with guaranteed spots.
Save on your travel expense and save time searching through parking lots by reserving your space ahead of time with us.
If you are one of the thousands who come from all over Southwest Missouri to access SGF, you are going to love On Air Parking's incredible deal. By taking advantage of our off-airport parking, you save time, money, and the hassle of finding somewhere safe to leave your car.
We at On Air Parking have done all the work of finding the best deal for you – guaranteed. Meaning you can focus on double-checking that you have packed everything and getting everyone in the car on time without stressing where you'll safely park your vehicle. Our parking rate is as low as $5.95/day.
For any questions about your parking reservation with Richmond International Airport, you may contact our traveler care team at (417) 280-3384 from 9 am to 7 pm ET or email email@example.com. Our corporate office is at 454 Las Gallinas Ave, PMB 2046, San Rafael, CA 94903.
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In 1916, the earliest recorded flight in Missouri took off from Springfield at the fairgrounds near Phelps Grove Park.
From 1929 to the end of WWII in 1945, the airport suffered greatly due to the Great Depression. Commercial service disappeared for a time, and little funds were available to update and maintain the unpaved runways.
The first and only commercial crash at SGF occurred in March of 1955.