FAQs about Mason City Flights
Which airlines fly to Mason City?
Is Mason City at the top of your list of cities to travel to? We'd suggest reserving a seat with Japan Transocean Air as soon as you've organized your travel dates. What airport is best to fly into Mason City?
You don't have to consider flight options into different airports when jetting into Mason City. Mason City, IA Airport (MCW-Mason City Municipal) is the city's only airport, and is situated 7 miles (11 kilometers) from the center. Where to stay in Mason City
Mason City is home to just 8 accommodations, and things can sell out rather quickly! However, if you book bright and early, we're confident you'll find something that suits your tastes.
After a jam-packed day of wandering the streets of Mason City, there's nothing more satisfying than coming home to a comfortable room and an inviting bed. The Decker House Bed & Breakfast are some of Travelocity's most popular accommodations. Places to visit in Mason City
You're sure to be fascinated by the diverse musical displays at Meredith Willson Boyhood Home. Like some more options? The magical world of music will be unveiled to you on a tour of Music Man Square. But that's not all. Revisit the past with an excursion to The Historic Park Inn Hotel and City National Bank, a historically significant building. How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Mason City
If you like the idea of spending more time at the airport restaurants and less time wading through security on your way to Mason City, just follow these practical tips:
- Airport security staff will ask to see your boarding pass and passport at the checkpoint. Put them in a convenient place, ready for inspection.
- Wallets, USB sticks and power banks must be placed in a tray for X-raying. If you enter the body scanner with any one of these items, you'll be turned back and instructed to remove them.
- Laptops, digital cameras and other electronic devices must be placed in a tub to be X-rayed.
- Face cream, toothpaste and other toiletry items in gel, liquid or cream form need to be stored in containers no larger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters). They also need to fit in a 1-quart (1-liter) clear resealable bag.
- Hiking footwear and other bulky shoes are often X-rayed by security personnel. Consider wearing simple sneakers instead.
- The list of prohibited items is forever changing. Browse your airline's website for what is not allowed on board their aircraft.