• Serving Cedar Rapids, IA / USA
    Eastern Iowa Airport
  • Cedar Rapids Airport Airline Information


    Eastern Iowa Airport: 2121 Arthur Collins Pkwy SW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52404

Being the second busiest airport in the state of Iowa, the Eastern Iowa Airport in the city of Cedar Springs is connected to major domestic destinations thanks to several busy U.S. airline companies. The ticket counters for all of the airline companies are located in the lobby area on the Ground Level in the main terminal building of Eastern Iowa Airport. The gates in Concourse B are located on the ground floor and the gates in Concourse C are located on the upper level of the terminal.

The busiest carrier at Eastern Iowa Airport is Allegiant Air. This low cost airline is based in Nevada and therefore provides reliable regional service within the west coast of the United States. Allegiant provides direct flights to major west coast destinations such as Las Vegas McCarran International Airport and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. Additionally, Orlando-Sanford International Airport and St. Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport in Florida are also accessible via this busy low cost company. The Allegiant Air fleet of Airbus and McDonnell Douglas jets wait for passengers at Concourse B of the terminal building in Eastern Iowa Airport.

American Eagle Airlines connects Iowa’s second largest city with Dallas/Forth Worth International Airport. In fact, this major regional airline is based in Dallas. Chicago O’Hare International Airport is the other direct destination offered by American Eagle Airlines, which operates at Concourse C. This regional airline operates the two busiest routes at Eastern Iowa Airport.

Delta Air Lines is the only carrier that connects Eastern Iowa Airport with Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport and Memphis International Airport. The Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta and Metropolitan Wayne County Airport in Detroit are the other destinations accessible through the Delta Air Lines fleet. All Delta Air Lines flights are actually provided under the Delta Connection brand, which is operated by different regional U.S. companies. From the gates of Concourse C passengers can board Delta Connection jets.

Operating at Concourse C, Frontier Airlines is a regional low cost airline that connects Iowa’s second busiest airport with Colorado’s busiest airport in Denver. In fact, this modest carrier is based at Denver International Airport.

United Airlines links Eastern Iowa Airport with some of the busiest airports in the United States. Chicago O’Hare International Airport, Denver International Airport, and Houston Intercontinental International Airport are on the schedule of United Airlines service. Available at Concourse C, these flights are actually provided by the United Express branch of United Airlines.