Aspen-Pitkin County Airport transportation and Aspen-Pitkin County Airport car service

Colorado Springs Airport

We offer Airport Transportation from and to COS (Colorado Springs Airport), with seating capacity up to three, six and twelve passengers with their luggage. We also offer luxury transportation in Colorado Springs and metro areas.

InterMountain Express, COS airport limo service, is a reliable, comfortable, fast and inexpensive way to travel to and from the airport: COS or Colorado Springs directly to Colorado Springs hotels, Downtown, Colorado Springs Convention Center, and from Colorado Springs hotels to COS airport.

InterMountain Express is friendly, on-time and our goal is to make our customers 100% satisfied!

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Colorado Springs Airport (IATA: COS, ICAO: KCOS, FAA LID: COS) (City of Colorado Springs Municipal Airport) is a city-owned public civil-military airport 6 miles (10 km) southeast of Colorado Springs, in El Paso County, Colorado. It is the second busiest airport in the state. The airport is co-located with Peterson Air Force Base which is on the north side of runway 12/30.

The airport covers 7,200 acres (2,900 ha) and has three paved runways: 17L/35R, 13,501 x 150 ft (4,115 x 46 m) long, 17R/35L, 11,022 x 150 ft (3,360 x 46 m) and 12/30, 8,269 x 150 ft (2,520 x 46 m).

Reached via Milton Proby Parkway, the terminal consists of two concourses. However only one, the larger concourse housing gates 1-12, has ever been put to commercial use; the second concourse (called the Western Pacific Airlines concourse) contains gates 14-18 (there is no gate 13.), and is now mainly used for meetings. Access between the concourses requires leaving the secure area, walking through the main terminal and down a long hallway.

Since September 2011 the airport terminal has been under renovation, that includes reconstruction of the TSA checkpoint to support full body scanners, expansion of office space behind the ticket counters, and new facilities for automated baggage screening.

Repairs to runway 17L/35R, first scheduled for 2011 but delayed by the FAA shutdown, will begin in spring 2012.