The Jackson Hole Airport (code: JAC) is located at the base of the spectacular Teton mountain range. Flying into the Jackson Hole Airport, which is located entirely within Grand Teton National Park, is an awe-inspiring start to your trip to Jackson.
The Jackson Hole Airport is serviced by American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, Skywest Airlines and United Airlines seasonally. These airlines provide direct service to Denver, Salt Lake City, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Minneapolis, Chicago, Newark, Atlanta, San Francisco, Houston and Los Angeles.
The Alltrans airport shuttle is a shared ride with various stops at area hotels and property management locations. The shuttle does not service private residences.
To arrange for your Alltrans airport shuttle pick-up, call 800-443-6133 and be sure to reference "NASAA." Reservations should be made by 4:00 p.m. for the following day. If you cancel outside 48 hours of the time of travel, there is a $5.00 per person handling fee; within 48 hours the fare is nonrefundable. Once you use the arrival portion of a round-trip fare, the back half is nonrefundable. Because mountain weather is unpredictable and affects flight times, please call the Alltrans office 24 hours in advance to confirm your return shuttle booking so they can give you accurate pickup times.
The one-way rate is $29.00, plus 6% sales tax, for a total fare of $30.74 per person. The round-trip rate is $50.00, plus 6% sales tax, for a total fare of $53.00 per person.
Driver gratuity is included for all NASAA Leadership Institute attendees.
Costs for one-way service, excluding gratuities, from the Jackson Hole Airport to Teton Village are: one or two people $60.00; three people $65.00; four people $75.00.
Teton Mountain Taxi 307-699-7969
Jackson, Wyoming, sits at 6,500 feet above sea level. The population of the Town of Jackson is 8,452, and the population of the remaining Teton County is 10,345. Jackson Hole is a common nickname for this place and refers to the entire valley, which is surrounded by Yellowstone National Park on the north, the Tetons on the west, the Gros Ventres on the east and the Wyoming Range on the south.
Jackson is a town of unique scenic beauty and diverse wildlife populations. It's also a generous and supportive community, with more than 200 nonprofit organizations performing important work every day. Its rich western heritage is reflected in the many art galleries around the famous Town Square.
Wyoming Arts Council THANKS! Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources THANKS! WESTAF THANKS! National Museum of Wildlife Art THANKS! Dancers' Workshop THANKS! The William D. Weiss Donor Advised Fund of the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole THANKS! Bruce Richardson and Susan Stanton THANKS! National Endowment for the Arts THANKS!