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Airport Parking

Parking at Plattsburgh International Airport is both inexpensive and convenient. Parking lots are located just steps from the terminal, making for easy arrival and departure. Passengers can make their travel even easier by taking the free shuttle service which is available to and from all lots. For information on parking rates please see below.

Parking Rates (U.S.)

All Lots

0-3 hours: Free
3+ hours/Daily Max:
 $8/day
Payment Accepted:
U.S. and Canadian currency. All major credit cards.

Passengers leaving their car at PBG for more than 60 days please call Republic Parking at 518.324.5769. Any car left for more than 60 days without advanced approval will be towed. Thank you!

For questions on parking at Plattsburgh International Airport, please call 518.324.5769.

Parking Lot Map

Ground Transportation

Whether you need a shuttle, car rental, limo or taxi, we have your transportation needs covered.

Buses

Adirondack Trailways (Bus service is to/from the Plattsburgh Bus Terminal and is not located at the airport terminal)
(800) 776-7548

Car Rentals

Avis / Budget (on site)
518.561.0432

Hertz (on site)
518.563.2051

Enterprise Rent-A-Car  (on site)
518.566.0190

Ride Share

Look for designated signs outside the passenger terminal for ride share pick-up locations.

EV Charging Stations

We have EV charging stations in the main parking lot for use. Overnight parking is authorized at the EV stations.

Other Services

An extensive list of businesses and services in the Greater Plattsburgh area is available through the North Country Chamber of Commerce.

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When flying into Plattsburgh visitors find themselves on the Adirondack Coast. The Adirondack Coast stretches across the western shores of Lake Champlain shouldered by New York’s Adirondack Mountains and the Green Mountains of Vermont.

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