Gainesville Regional (GNV) Airport
Gainesville Regional GNV Airport Overview
GNV Airport is only 3 miles northeast of the city center of Gainesville, in the County of Alachua - only minutes from the University of Florida - and situated off Interstate Hwy. 75 and US Routes 441 & 301.
Having two runways and an estimated 400K travelers a year, Gainesville Regional Airport offers jet service and is served by major airlines, offering direct flights to U.S. hubs, with convenient connections.
The Holiday Inn University Center provides free transportation to the Airport and to the University of Florida (visit: theuniversityhotel.com)
The newly renovated passenger terminal at Gainesville Regional Airport - with solar panels on its roof and three airline gates - is located on NE 39th Av. - about three quarter of a mile east of Waldo Road intersection.
It includes the enclosure of the 4,400 square-foot former exterior courtyard into passenger waiting space with a large skylight to bring in natural light. High-tech glass has been used to allow more natural light while blocking the sun’s heat. Solar panels are efficiently heating & cooling the terminal. The enclosed atrium allows more seating in the gate area to accommodate additional passengers when multiple flights are departing.
Some of the most visible improvements include a new central space for concessions, changes to the passenger screening space and meet and greet area to improve flow, new signage, restrooms and new furniture to complete the look. The baggage carousel area now has a high-tech screen advising passengers of area resources.
Airlines currently serving the Terminal: American/ AA Eagle, Delta, Silver, United & US Airway. NOTE: Delta, US Airways, American (& TSA checkpoint) offer e-boarding passes on smart phones.
Allow for a 30-minute window after check-in and before scheduled flight departure; boarding gates close 10 mins before.