Short-term and long-term airport parking is conveniently located near the Arrivals and Departures areas. Pay-by-License parking is in effect. You will note these instructional signs as you enter the parking lot. All vehicles parked in designated parking areas must pay for parking through one of the Pay Stations or display an airport issued parking pass.
The Pay Stations are located inside the Terminal Building. The Pay stations accept coin and Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard, and American Express).
2 Hour Max Parking is located across the street from the Terminal Building. Please use the kiosks to pay for this short term parking.
Parking rates are set each year and are published in the Airport Fee Guide which is available on this page.
The current parking rate is $9.50 per 24 hour period.
No parking is allowed on airport property except in those areas marked for that purpose. Vehicle operators shall park their vehicle in these areas designated for vehicle parking only.
Oversize vehicles must park in the north overflow lot which is marked to indicate the applicable size of vehicle.
The Terminal Curb is for active loading and unloading only. No Parking or Waiting is permitted. Unattended vehicles will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense.
Areas marked as reserved parking or marked for a particular type of customer parking may only be used by those authorized to do so.
Areas not marked to allow parking may only be used for parking where special arrangements have been made with Kamloops Airport Ltd.
Special rules exist for taxis, shuttles, limousines, buses and couriers - collectively known as ground transportation providers.
Kamloops Airport Ltd. uses a parking violation system to control unauthorized parking. The rates for parking violations are listed in the Airport Fee Guide . Any vehicle issued with a parking violation is subject to towing from the airport at the discretion of Kamloops Airport Ltd. The towing service provided is displayed at the entrance to the parking lot.
Individual airport leaseholders are responsible for the removal of vehicles illegally parked on their property.