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Capital Brewport

Looking for a bite to eat or refreshment before your flight? Check out Capital Brewport, a full service sit-down restaurant and bar. The menu features fun, classic dishes, fresh fruit smoothies, local craft beer and specialty lattes. Capital Brewport is the ideal spot to relax, eat, and drink while you wait to board.

As a reminder, food and beverage items (non-alcoholic) purchased at the Brewport are permitted on-board your aircraft. 

Hours of Operation
4:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., depending on flight schedule

Near Gate 7 (Post Security)

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Drinks and snacks on display at Marketplace 24/7.

Market 24/7

This self-scan, automated micro market offers basic supplies like snacks, drinks, medications, and anything else you might need to make your flight more comfortable. Snack options include fresh, Michigan-made food including homemade sandwiches, seasonal salads, locally made pastries, heat-and-eat soup, and more. Purchase items using debit, credit, or Apple Pay.

Hours of Operation
24-hour self service


  • First floor lobby (Pre Security)
  • Second floor, in between Gate 5 and Gate 6 (Post Security)

Services for Persons with Disabilities


Both short-term and long-term lots have handicap parking spaces and wheelchair accessible ramps. If you need additional assistance getting from the parking lot to the terminal building, contact the airport in advance.

Curb Access

Curbside ramps can be found at both Arrivals and Departures.


Elevators are conveniently located in the main passenger terminal. They have the standard ADA graphics, and are equipped with Braille and raised markings on the control buttons.


Airlines will provide wheelchair assistance to any passenger who requests it. Wheelchairs can be requested upon arrival at the passenger terminal. They can also be reserved in advance by contacting your airline.

Mobility Aids

You may bring mobility aids with you on your flight, including walkers, crutches, and canes. Check with your airline for information on how your mobility aid needs to be stowed during your flight.

Service Animals

Registered service animals, such as guide dogs, are allowed in all public areas inside the terminal. Check with your airline in advance of your trip to verify their service animal policy and make proper arrangements for your flight.

Other Services

Fly Lansing Viewport

Are you or your loved ones fascinated by the sight of aircrafts taking flight? LAN invites you and your family to visit our free, public aircraft viewing area where you can marvel at aircrafts safely and comfortably.

Learn More About the Viewport
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