Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport (SPI) in Springfield serves the business, leisure and civil aeronautical travel needs for tens of thousands of passengers of each year. Located in Illinois’ capital city, SPI is also home to the 183rd Fighter Wing of the Illinois Air National Guard and is owned and operated by the Springfield Airport Authority.
Centrally located in the middle of Illinois, SPI is within easy driving distance from Quincy, Jacksonville, Macomb, Decatur, Bloomington, Peoria, Taylorville and the entire central Illinois marketplace. The airport’s newly remodeled entranceway and parking facility provides close, easy access to the terminal with abundant free parking. Once inside the main terminal, all of the needed facilities and services you would expect from a much larger airport are at your disposal – free wi-fi, concessions, a Sub-Way® restaurant, gift shop and Passenger Service Center, ATMs, every major car rental company, and comfortable seating and courtyards.
Passenger Service Center.
Unique to Springfield’s airport is the Passenger Service Center. Staffed by airport employees, the Passenger Service Center (PSC) provides immediate answers for travelers regarding destinations, TSA requirements, flight schedules and delays, even the ability to book tickets and to make travel arrangements with no cost to the traveler. The PSC is also available by phone at 217-788-9200.
Membership in Sky Club provides first class amenities and individual attention during your travels. Members receive preferred parking spaces near the terminal, valet service for luggage drop off or pick up, access to two private Sky Club lounges with complimentary newspapers, beverages, high speed internet access, and much more. Both individual and corporate memberships are available.
Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport is served by two major airlines and one a low-fare carrier. Regardless of your final destination, you can take the easy way out™ from Springfield’s Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport and get wherever you need to go.
American Airlines, operated by American Eagle, flies twice daily to and from Dallas/ FT. Worth (DFW) from SPI on comfortable and efficient regional jets. As a major American hub, once you arrive in Dallas/Ft. Worth, you can easily connect to hundreds of domestic and international destinations.
United Airlines, operated by United Express, also flies comfortable regional jet aircraft to Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport (ORD) four times a day each weekday. From Chicago, connecting to United’s vast offerings of domestic and international routes is easy and convenient.
Allegiant Airlines, a well-known and respected low-fare leisure destination carrier will begin providing non-stop service from Springfield to Punta Gorda, Florida (PGD) on November 6, 2012. This route will operate twice weekly aboard an Allegiant 166 seat MD-83 aircraft. Punta Gorda is conveniently located near Ft. Myers, Sanibel Island, Cape Coral and many favorite attractions on Florida’s southwest gulf coast.
Whether for business or pleasure, consider Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport in Springfield for your next trip. It’s the easy way out to wherever your need to go. Check flight schedules or book tickets on line at http://www.FlySPI.com and sign up for email alerts or to follow the airport on Facebook/Twitter to be kept abreast of special fare offers and sales.