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Visiting

Terminal Services

Our goal is to deliver the best possible experience for travelers. The Lewiston Airport offers a variety of services within the terminal.

Map Travel
Should you need to adjust your travel plans, or make new ones, stop in at Map Travel. 208.798.3200 or 800.998.3200

Kafe America
Stop in at this shop for espresso, gifts and last minute things you forgot to pack. 208.790.2964

Amelia’s Hair Art
Stop in for a trim, cut and color, or manicure. 208.553.5843

After you’ve gone through security, vending machines provide a variety of snacks and beverages, including coffee. A drinking fountain and restroom are available.


Other Airport Businesses

FedEx
FedEx is located across the parking lot, just East of the terminal. Drop off by 4:30p, Monday – Friday for Express or Ground shipping, or by 3p on Saturday for Express shipping. 800.463.3339

Life Flight
Life Flight Network utilizes numerous aircraft to support operations. Life Flight Network operates under its own FAA Part 135 Air Carrier Certificate.


Other Amenities


Visitor Info

Voted one of the top 10 places to live for the outdoorsman the Lewis-Clark Valley boasts some of the nation's finest hunting and fishing. Known as the Gateway to Hells Canyon, outdoor recreational opportunities are literally, around every bend.

The Lewis Clark Valley is Washington and Idaho’s newest American Viticultural Area, producing award-winning, nationally recognized premium wines. As of June 1, 2017, Alaska Airlines introduced Wines Fly Free. When you visit the Lewis Clark Valley AVA, Alaska Airlines mileage plan passengers can check their first case of wine free* from the Lewiston, Idaho airport.


Local Demographics

Learn more about the area's population and climate and see why Farmer's Insurance ranked Lewiston the nation's safest small town two years in a row.


Business Development

Idaho has consistently been ranked as one of the top pro-business states in the US. The Lewis-Clark Valley is a great example of what that atmosphere can produce. These links provide a better look at the growing economic development in Idaho's only Seaport.


Educational Environment

The Valley is a hub for higher education with two universities a state college and a community college within a 75mi radius.


Hotels

Find more hotels online at Visit Lewis Clark Valley.