Bangor BGR Airport Overview
BGR Airport is only 3 miles west of the city of Bangor, Penobscot Country -in the heart of Maine - and off Interstate Hwy. 95.
With a long runway and a yearly estimate of 480K passengers, Bangor International Airport is served by major airlines, offering year-round and seasonal direct flights to East Coast cities, with worldwide connections.
Airport contact: toll-free 1-866-359-2264; fax 207-945-3607
The Four Points By Sheraton Bangor Airport Hotel (tel.207-947-6721 or 1-800-368-7764) is connected to the Airport and shares its parking parking facilities.
The new Maine Troop Greeters Appreciaton Pavilion is at the far end of the Sheraton hotel building.
Bangor International has one passenger terminal.
Transportation: The Bar Harbor to Bangor Shuttle (207-479-5911 - or visit: www.barharborbangorshuttle.com) serves Greyhound & Concord Trailways bus terminals, as well as the Bangor Mall.
- BAT (Bangor area transport of Bangor) (207-992-4670/ fax 945-4992) makes frequent stops at the Airport and offers transport throughout Bangor, Old Town, Veazie, Orono, and Hampden.
- Concord Trailways (207-945-4000 - or visit: concordcoachlines.com) is at 1039 Union Street - next to the Airport, about a mile from the terminal -reached by foot or taxi - and provides express service to Boston, also has a bus service to the mid-coast towns.
- Cyr Bus (207-827-2335 or 1-800-244-2335 or email email@example.com) runs between Bangor & Caribou.
- West's Coastal Connection (207-546-2823 or 1-800-596-2823 - email: firstname.lastname@example.org) stops at Airport daily at 1:15 & departs at 3:15pm to Calais, with stops at Ellsworth, Machias & Perry (and makes various flag stops).
Greyhound Lines - tel. 207-942-1700 or 945-3000, or 1-800-894-3355 - located at 18 Main St. in downtown Bangor - reached by cab or city bus.
Current and future Airport developments: While Phases 1 & 2 of the Airport's renovation projects has been completed - Phase 3 involves rental car facilities to be moved to the opposite side of the terminal, which should be completed by Spring 2016.