|Origin||Destination||Travel Dates||Flights From*|
|SEA||Yakima||Feb 26 - Feb 29||$187|
|SFO||Yakima||Jan 15 - Jan 15||$192|
|LAX||Yakima||Jan 8 - Jan 15||$199|
|LAS||Yakima||Feb 21 - Feb 23||$218|
|OAK||Yakima||Jan 7 - Jan 9||$238|
|SAN||Yakima||Jan 7 - Jan 8||$255|
|ATL||Yakima||Jan 16 - Jan 20||$676|
|GDL||Yakima||Mar 6 - Mar 20||$747|
|Number of Airlines Serving|
|Airlines Serving||Alaska Airlines|
|Number of Daily Flights|
|Airlines with Direct Flights|
Getting ready to make some unforgettable memories in Yakima? Alaska Airlines is one of the top airlines that fly to this destination.What airport is best to fly into Yakima?
Yakima, WA Airport (YKM-Yakima Air Terminal - McAllister Field) is situated 4 miles (7 kilometers) from the center of Yakima. It's the sole airport servicing the city, so you don't have to worry about your cab driver dropping you off at the wrong one!Where to stay in Yakima
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Purchase some lovely souvenirs and gifts at Westpark Shopping Center. Need some more options? Free up an afternoon and get your game on at Meadowbrook Family Fun Center. But that's not all. Sip some of the aromatic notes from here at Naches Heights Vineyard.How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Yakima
Your adventure to Yakima kicks off as soon as you've satisfied the security checks. Here is a list of hints and tips to help you get through quickly:
Welcome to Yakima, Washington, an agricultural hub known for its abundant production of apples, wine, hops, and more. With a higher average number of sunny days each year than most of the rest of the state enjoys, some call Yakima the Palm Springs of Washington. It may not have quite the same vibe as the real Palm Springs, but nonetheless, it's a fantastic place to escape the regional gloom and enjoy some sunshine. Book your flights to Yakima into either Yakima Air Terminal (YKM) or Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA). Seattle-Tacoma Airport offers more flights, but it's about a two-and-a-half-hour drive from here to Yakima. If you'd rather avoid the long road trip, book your Yakima flights into Yakima Air Terminal on one of the three daily flights from Seattle-Tacoma.
There are many hotels located along the Pacific Highway just outside Seattle-Tacoma Airport, if this is where you land. Catch one of the shuttles to the rental car area from either the north or south end of the terminal, right outside of baggage claim. There are also long-distance shuttles that offer round-trip service between Yakima and Seattle-Tacoma Airport. If you land at Yakima Air Terminal, you won't find much in the way of lodgings around the airport, but it's a quick 10-minute drive to an abundance of hotels in Yakima. Rent a car from one of the on-site agencies or hop onto the Route 11 bus into downtown Yakima. Once you've had a chance to freshen up at your Yakima hotel, head outside to explore the region. Depending on the time of year, apple picking is a fun local activity, and wine tasting is always in season! Check out the Yakima Valley Museum for some insight into local history.
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