Palm Springs International Airport (PSP) was built in 1939 as a US Army Air Corps emergency landing field. Over the years, limited domestic passenger service was scheduled, more airlines offered flights, and more of these flights became nonstop and year round, including worldwide travel. Although I always check PSP before booking a flight, this is the first time it has ever been the best option. Now that we have flown out of PSP, we realize it is always the best option. After going through the TSA check point travelers are ushered outside, greeted by blue skies, fresh air, art, and a relaxed, Palm Springs vibe in a non-crowded waiting area. It is easy to understand why Palm Springs International Airport ranked third in America’s most stress-free airports. Heading to the Bay Area, we will be arriving with an expected increase of melatonin.