Spokane International Airport prepares travelers ahead of winter storm

Spokane International Snow
Credit: Spokane International Airport (GEG)

SPOKANE, Wash.– A big winter storm is heading toward the Inland Northwest and the Spokane International Airport wants to make sure travelers are prepared.

The airport Tweeted out what people flying in and out can expect. With so many travel cancelations and delays over the holidays, it’s a good idea to be ready.

Here’s what recommendations the airport has:

  • Check your flight status with your airline and not the airport before you head out
  • If you’re picking somebody up, check in with them and make sure their flight is still on time
  • Give yourself extra time to drive to the airport if the roads are bad. If you’re flying out, you should get to the airport at least 90 minutes ahead of your departure time

You can find flight information from Spokane International Airport here.

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