General Airport Parking
All parking is located conveniently across from the terminal building. This large lot accommodates all vehicles for short or long periods of time. There are no separate lots for short-term or long-term parking.
- $17.00 dollar per day or twenty-four period
- $ 1.00 for every twenty minutes
Palm Springs International Airport's parking services offer the convenience of using a prepay kiosk in the terminal lobby or paying as you exit the parking lot with cash or credit card.
Parking Management Services are provided by Ace Parking. If you have any questions regarding the general parking lot, please call (760) 327-6706.
Park and Call Cell Lot
This free lot enables greeters and visitors to park and wait until the arriving passengers are curbside with their luggage ready to be picked up. The lot is located off Kirk Douglas Parkway. Drivers must remain with their vehicles at all times while waiting for their passengers' arrival.
Airport Curbside Stopping and Drop Off Procedures
Drivers may only stop curbside in designated areas to pick up and drop off passengers in the least amount of time.
For security reasons, vehicles may not be left unattended curbside and drivers are not allowed to park and wait in their vehicles.
Mobility Impaired Passengers:
All airlines serving our airport provide wheelchair compatible ramp access to and from the aircraft. If you need such assistance, please check with your airline in advance to make handling arrangements.
For Mobility Impaired Passengers Being Dropped Off:
Drop off passenger and luggage curbside. If assistance is required, contact a Skycap, a Traffic Enforcement Officer, or a representative from the airline being flown.
For Mobility Impaired Passengers Traveling Alone:
- Option 1: If luggage can be carried, parking spaces for the disabled are available in the main parking lot, closest to the terminal.
- Option 2: After arriving at the terminal front curb, remain in the vehicle. A skycap can assist with your luggage and check-in procedures. If no skycap is available and if approached by a Traffic Enforcement Officer, explain that you are mobility impaired and request assistance to contact a Skycap or airline agent.