Bishop International Airport is a commercial and general aviation airport located in Flint, Michigan. It is named after banker and General Motors Board Member Arthur Giles Bishop (April 12, 1851–January 22, 1944), who donated 220 acres of his farmland for the airport in 1928.
The airport is currently served by several airlines. Southwest Airlines and Delta Air Lines operate mainline service out of the airport.
Bishop International Airport is accessible from I-69, I-75/US-23 and I-475 at Bristol Road. The airport is also served by a bus line operated by the Flint MTA.
Several car rental agencies are available at the airport.
FNT provides close, convenient and affordable parking options.
Free shuttle service runs every 5 minutes to and from the Economy lots.
Cell Phone Lot - Wait in this lot free of charge until the person you are picking up is available at the front curb. Please do not leave vehicles unattended.
Weekly fees are a maximum based on a full 7 day, 24 hours per day stay. As payment, we accept cash, all major credit cards, and travelers' checks.
The following is a brief guide to help you obtain the best results from this Airport's Parking resource page.
The Airport Parking rates, garages and lots etc are currently managed by the airport authority. The parking rate schedule is subject to change and may have been revised since the last update of this page - please check for the latest fees through the parking map and rate calculator above or by visiting the Airport's official web site.
For more information on the airport or the parking details, please visit the official website at http://www.bishopairport.org/