Aspen Pitkin County Airport is conveniently located just 5 minutes from Buttermilk (and 10 minutes from Snowmass and Aspen Mountain), the Aspen-Pitkin County Airport accommodates nonstop flights from eight major U.S. airports
American, Delta and United have all added or expanded nonstop flights into the Aspen/Pitkin County Airport (ASE):
American added new daily nonstop flights from Chicago/O’Hare (ORD) plus a third daily from DFW over the holidays, in addition to LAX daily.
Delta has expanded their service from Minneapolis/St. Paul (MSP) with up to 5 flights per week through the holidays and 2x per week in February and March, in addition to ATL daily.
United has added more nonstop flights at peak times from Chicago (up to 5x daily), Houston (up to 4x daily), LAX (up to 5x daily) & SFO (up to 3x daily), in addition to their robust schedules from Denver with up to 11x daily.
Nonstop flights from 8 cities during the winter months, include:
Denver (DEN) – Up to 11 daily flights on United
Los Angeles (LAX) – Up to 6 daily flights on United and American
Chicago (ORD) – Up to 6 daily flights on United and American
Houston (IAH) – Up to 4 daily flights on United
Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) – Up to 3 daily flights on American
San Francisco (SFO) – Up to 3 daily flights on United
Atlanta (ATL) – One daily flights on Delta
Minneapolis/St. Paul (MSP) – Up to five flights per week on Delta
Snowmass Mountain Lodging provides guests with complimentary shuttle service to and from the Aspen Pitkin County Airport.
Several transportation providers will pick Snowmass Mountain Lodging guests up at the Denver, Grand Junction or Eagle airports and transport them to Snowmass Village for a fee. Guest will share a van, and equipment is safely stored on the roof or rear racks. For guests seeking the most convenient and personalized travel services choose CME Premier offering the finest in luxurious ground transportation.
To reserve (at least 24 hours in advance and sooner for peak seasons) call 970.924.6007 or complete our concierge request form here.