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Palm Springs International Airport
Opened in 1939, Palm Springs International Airport was originally a United States Army Corps emergency landing field. In 1942, a new Palm Springs airfield was built a mile-an-a-half from the original location and named Palm Springs Army Airfield.
The 560th Army Air Forces Base Unit used the airfield to train in navigation and long-distance over-water flying. In 1964, the airport was renamed to Palm Springs Municipal Airport and began to offer commercial flights.
The airport's eleven commercial airlines service California Desert visitors with several flight choices to several hundred cities across the world. Terminal shops and restaurants include the Desert Marketplace, PGA Tour Shop, Eva's of Palm Spring clothing store, the 12th Fairway Bar and Grill, Starbucks and California Vintages Wine Bar.
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