Fly Lansing (LAN)
The Capital Region International Airport (LAN) is only 10 minutes away from Lansing Center and downtown Lansing. Several major airlines offer commercial passenger flights with easy connections to the world.
Both business and leisure travelers find the Lansing airport to be convenient and easy to use, citing low-cost parking close to the main terminal; low-fare charter flights to several destinations; and quick, efficient security screening.
Fly Lansing Quick Links:
- Capital Region International Airport
- Track Flights
- Airport Parking & Transportation
- Terminal Maps
- Concierge Travel Center
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW), commonly known as Detroit Metro Airport, is Michigan’s largest and busiest airport and one of the world’s busiest air transport hubs. With service from 12 scheduled passenger airlines, Detroit Metro offers more than 1,100 flights per day to and from nearly 150 non-stop destinations on four continents.
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) is located in Romulus, Michigan and is about 87 miles and 1 hour and 20 minutes from Lansing Center.
The Gerald R. Ford International Airport (GFIA) is the second busiest airport in Michigan. The Gerald R. Ford International Airport offers non-stop service to 25 major market destinations with 124 daily non-stop flights.
Gerald R. Ford International Airport is located in Grand Rapids, Michigan and is about 60 miles and 1 hour from Lansing Center.
The passenger terminal at Bishop International Airport [FNT] opened in 1993 and was designed, engineered, and built with a modern vision while keeping traveler needs as the focus. The terminal is bright, spacious, and clean.
Bishop International Airport is located in Flint, Michigan and is about 48 miles and 51 minutes from Lansing Center.