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COLORADO SPRINGS, CO - Colorado Springs Airport (COS) recorded 64,222 enplaned passengers and 63,972 deplaned passengers in May 2017, for a combined total of 128,194 passengers traveling through COS.  This represents an increase of 13.4 percent from May 2016.  Frontier Airlines largely contributed to the increase with a 188 percent gain from one year ago.

Year-to-date passenger traffic is also on the rise.  So far this year, 590,479 passengers moved through COS, an increase of 25.6 percent from one year ago.

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COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – Standard & Poor’s (S&P) Global Ratings has affirmed its BBB+ long-term rating on the Colorado Springs Airport (COS) series 2014 airport revenue refunding bonds and indicated the outlook is stable.

S&P noted that while Denver International Airport is a major competitor to COS, “…we also believe the continued growth in the Colorado Springs economy bolsters the airport’s prospects for positive enplanement trends to continue to a modest extent, to the extent that service levels by the primary carriers, including Frontier, are sustained or grow.”


COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – A total of 59,263 passengers traveled through the Colorado Springs Airport (COS) in April 2017, an increase of 21.2 percent from the same time last year.  The increase is mainly attributed to Frontier Airlines returning to the Airport in April 2016.

As a result of 69 more flights during the month of April, Frontier Airlines saw a significant gain in passenger traffic in April 2017 compared to April 2016.  United Airlines posted a passenger increase of 5.2 percent, followed by Alaska Airlines at 5 percent, and American Airlines at 2.8 percent from the same time...

Please click on the links below to view each document Passenger Facility Charge Application No. 20 Amendment 1 Passenger Facility Charge Application No. 22

May 4, 2017

Contact:  Adam Mayberry, or 719.550.1902
Colorado Springs Airport, Marketing & Communications Manager     


COLORADO SPRINGS, CO - Colorado Springs Airport (COS) accommodated 63,078 passengers in March 2017, an increase of 42.7 percent from March 2016.  The increase is mainly attributed to Frontier Airlines following their return to the airport in April 2016.  Frontier did not serve COS in March 2016.



The Colorado Springs Airport and Sky Sox Baseball along with 4 airlines have entered into an exciting partnership to offer fantastic trip giveaways during 12 weeks of the Sky Sox's 2017 season.

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Aviation Director Greg Phillips officially took the reigns at Colorado Springs Airport on January 31, 2017. Learn more about Greg by clicking on the link below:

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On March 10, 2017, American Airlines announced new nonstop service to Chicago from Colorado Springs. The service will be twice daily providing passengers direct easy access to one of American's nine global hubs. This new service will be operated on a dual-class, 70-seat CRJ-700 aircraft including 6 first class and 64 main cabin seats. Customers can enjoy inflight Wi-Fi, and food and beverage service. With this new announcement, 3 carriers will now provide nonstop service to Chicago from Colorado Springs.

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On March 7, 2017, Frontier Airlines announced 7 new seasonal cities from COS. Nonstop service to Chicago O'Hare, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco and Washington D.C. begin this summer and service to Fort Myers and Tampa Bay begin this fall. These new cities are in addition to Frontier's current service to Las Vegas, Phoenix and Orlando from COS bringing the total destinations served by Frontier to 10.

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The Pikes Peak Airstrip Attack will return to Colorado Springs Airport for the fourth consecutive year. What's now the largest half-mile racing event in the world is set to take place this June and will be bigger and better than ever.

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