Flying to Mammoth Lakes

UPDATE: Flight schedules to Mammoth Lakes may change in response to statewide precautions surrounding COVID-19. As of now, all JSX flights are suspended. United Airlines flights from DEN and SFO are suspended. At this point, we do not have a confirmed end to winter service from LAX, however, we will update when as soon as information becomes available. Contact the airlines directly for cancellation assistance.

With the Mammoth Yosemite Airport just 10 minutes from town, flying to Mammoth Lakes is the fastest and most convenient way to escape to the mountains. Connect from cities across the U.S. and internationally or fly non-stop from Los Angeles (LAX) to Mammoth Lakes (MMH) year-round and seasonally from Denver (DEN) and other California airports.

Plus, the Mammoth Yosemite Airport is also an easy and convenient option if you want to fly to Yosemite National Park during summer and fall months.

 

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Flying to a mountain town, especially in the winter, can be very dependent on the weather. Travel insurance for flights is recommended in winter months, in case a snowstorm interferes with your travel plans. Check the website of the airline you are flying with for more information about weather cancellations and rebooking. You can also monitor the status of your flight using the flight tracker below. 

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