Flying to Yosemite

Merced Regional Airport (MCE)

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Boutique Air is the exclusive provider of flights in and out of Merced, and operates a modern fleet of private aircraft. Boutique Air flys to Merced out of two main California airports: Los Angeles (LAX) and Oakland (OAK).  In most cases, you will meet your flight at the executive terminal of your departing city. If booked more than a month in advance, flights from LAX or OAK to MCE typically run around $18-$40 each way. 

Once landed, it is an easy transfer to the YARTS (Yosemite Area Regional Transit System) or Amtrak.

To book a flight on Boutique Air, visit their website at www.boutiqueair.com or call 855-268-8478.

 

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Fresno Yosemite International Airport (FAT)

Fresno International Airport services many major airlines, including Alaska Airlines, United, Delta and American Airlines, giving passengers more flexibility in flight schedules. However, prices in and out of the Fresno airport are more expensive than Merced.  Booked more than a month in advance, a flight from the Bay Area will run around $300 round trip.

Once landed, it is an easy transfer to the YARTS (Yosemite Area Regional Transit System) or Amtrak.

To view a full list of airlines that fly into FAT, visit the airport's website at www.flyfresno.com.