Volunteer Navigators

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Airport Volunteer Navigators Program

Palm Springs International Airport is the gateway to the beautiful Coachella Valley.  Friendly Volunteer Airport Navigators offer general assistance to travelers such as general way-finding information and assistance in locating airport facilities, assistance in paging, assistance in accessing ground transportation services.  They offer maps of Palm Springs and the Coachella valley, local tourists guides magazines, and lists of key phone numbers and directions. They communicate with airline representatives and airport staff to make travelers' airport experience a positive one.

Volunteer Airport Navigators are stationed at an information counter near the central lobby on the way to the baggage claim wing of the terminal, and they also roam throughout the terminal area. They are generally available during busy travel times seven days a week.  They wear a distinctive teal blue shirt or grey jacket emblazoned with the word "Navigator".     

If you're interested in becoming an Airport Navigator, please follow this link for further information on the City of Palm Springs Volunteer Program and to find an application.

Volunteer Navigators at Information Desk