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Comment: Friendly staff on GROUND...In air grumpy!
Great smooth flight. Excellent in all areas
No. Nothing to add it was a enjoyable flight.
Staff was great
All was okay. Better good than bad. Don't like the fee for checked bags or the lack of free food on the flight that I'm paying hundreds of dollars for.
|Number of Daily Flights||70|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Jun 29|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Jun 30|
|Popular Airlines||Alaska Airlines|
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) is the largest airport in the Pacific Northwest and is serviced by Highways 509 and 518, as well as the Pacific Highway South.
Flight times to Palm Springs International Airport (PSP) from SEA are usually between five and seven hours and begin as early as 5:30 in the morning. Highway 111 and Interstate Route 10 are the two major transportation routes near PSP.
The Palm Springs Air Museum is rated as one of the Top 15 air museums in the country and is a big family attraction. The Aerial Tramway ascends 8,000 feet from the desert floor to the San Jacinto Mountains. The Agua Caliente Indian Canyons are considered sacred to the Cahuilla Indians and offer recreational opportunities for everyone in the family.
For photo opportunities, visit the famous Painted Canyon, which includes many different rock formations of various colors.
Palm Springs is a desert resort city that typically enjoys 300 days of sunshine each year and the minimal precipitation you’d expect from a desert climate. Even winter days routinely reach 70 or 80 degrees Fahrenheit, while summertime temperatures can soar above 100 degrees.
The city is situated in the Coachella Valley, and along with several other cities, creates a 640 square mile oasis in the desert. Tourism is a primary business in Palm Springs, so visitors are heartily welcomed.