Fly to Yosemite – Local Airports and Airlines

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Commercial Airports Near Yosemite

Fresno-Yosemite International (FAT)

Fresno Yosemite International Airport (FAT) is the gateway to Yosemite, Sequoia, and Kings Canyon National Parks. Ten airlines provide non-stop service to twelve destinations, including Mexico. Quick and convenient.

Drive north on Highway 41 to Yosemite. Allow about 1.5 hours to the park’s South Entrance or 2.5 hours to Yosemite Valley.

More Information:
5175 East Clinton Way
Fresno CA 93727
www.flyfresno.com

Merced Airport (MCE)

Drive east on Highway 140 to Yosemite. Allow about two hours to Yosemite Valley.

Modesto City-County Airport (MOD)

Drive east on Highway 120 to Yosemite. Allow about 1.5 hours to the park’s Big Oak Flat Entrance or about two hours to Yosemite Valley.

Mammoth Yosemite Airport

Mammoth Yosemite Airport offers direct fights to an array of California cities, including San Francisco International Airport (SFO), Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), Orange County/John Wayne Airport (SNA), and San Diego Airport (SAN)

The Mammoth Yosemite Airport (MMH) is located a short 10 minutes or 6 miles (9.7 km) from Mammoth Lakes on US HWY 395

For more information:
(760) 934-3813
1200 Airport Road, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
www.visitmammoth.com/about-mammoth/mammoth-airport/

Commercial Airports in the Bay Area

San Francisco International (SFO)

Drive on Highway 580 east to Highway 205 east to Highway 120 east to Yosemite. Allow about four hours to the park’s Big Oak Flat Entrance or five hours to Yosemite Valley.

Oakland International  (OAK)

Drive on Highway 580 east to Highway 205 east to Highway 120 east to Yosemite. Allow about four hours to the park’s Big Oak Flat Entrance or five hours to Yosemite Valley.

San Jose International (SJC)

Drive on Highway 880 north to 580 east to Highway 205 east to Highway 120 east to Yosemite. Allow about four hours to the park’s Big Oak Flat Entrance or five hours to Yosemite Valley.

Commercial Airports North of Yosemite

Sacramento International (SMF)

Drive south on Highway 99 to either Highway 120 or Highway 140 east to Yosemite.  Allow about four hours to Yosemite Valley.

Reno/Tahoe International (RNO)

Late May/June through October/November, depending on conditions: Drive south on US 395 to Highway 120 east to Yosemite. Allow about 3.5 hours to Tioga Pass Entrance or five hours to Yosemite Valley. (Check on the status of the Tioga Road.)

Year-Round: Drive west on Highway 80 to Highway 99 south to either Highway 120 or Highway 140 east to Yosemite. Allow about eight hours to Yosemite Valley.