Getting to Branson, MO has never been easier. Air service to the Ozarks continues to grow and expand with two airports providing flights in and out of the area. Plus, Branson’s central location in the heart of the Midwest makes driving here simple for your attendees. Branson is only a day’s drive for one-third of Americans.
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The Branson Airport, which opened in 2009, is just 11 miles south the Branson Convention Center. The airport is the first privately financed and operated commercial airport in the United States. Families and groups flying to Branson enjoy dining and auto-rental services on site, as well as taxi and shuttle service into Branson. Connections to many U.S. cities can be made via the Branson Airport. Branson AirExpress services Austin and New Orleans and new carriers are on the horizon. Visit the Branson Airport online at www.flybranson.com.
Springfield-Branson National Airport
Located in Springfield, Mo the area’s largest airport is a short 50 minute drive from the Branson Convention Center. The airport’s new Midfield Terminal opened in 2009. The new facility has 10 airline gates and room to add 50 more if needed. Accessibility has been improved as well: flyers can walk from their car to their airplane without climbing a single stair. Allegiant Air and American Airlines are among the carriers providing low-cost flights to the airport. For more information, visit www.flyspringfield.com.