Grand Junction Regional GJT Airport Overview

Grand Junction Regional Airport GJT, the former Walker Field, is the largest airport in western Colorado and serves the city of Grand Junction & its Mesa County.

GJT Airport is on Walker Field Drive - 6 km northeast of the central business district of Grand Junction (named after the junction of the Grand & Gunnison rivers), and is close to Interstate Hwy 70, exit 31 Horizon Drive.

With two runways and 400K+ passengers a year, Grand Junction Regional Airport is served by major airlines offering flights to some major U.S. hubs, with connections around the world.  

It is recommended that you arrive at the Airport 90 minutes - and at the gate no later than 20 minutes - before scheduled flight departure.

The passenger terminal at Grand Junction Regional Airport consists of two levels:

The first level has the lobby, baggage claim area with two carrousels and an arcade, and rental car counters.
The second level has the boarding area with food service and security check leading to vending machines and gift shop, exiting hold room leading via the connector to the two gates right & left of the waiting area. Passenger pick-up / drop-off is in front of the terminal, however unattended vehicles will be towed.

Current airlines serving the terminal:
  Allegiant tel. 1-702-505-8888, American tel. 1-800-433-7300, Delta tel. 1-800-221-1212, United tel. 1-800-864-8331; & US Airways tel. 1-800-428-4322.
Future Airport developments:  Over the next  10 years these projects are to be undertaken (the first project started early 2013 with construction of Administrative Building.  Next: Reconstruction of the current terminal, a new administrative building with fire station, relocation of 27 1/4 Road,  and a new runway.
In 2015: runway & taxiways - a 2-year project;  ARFF/ SSRE building; Terminal April Phases 3 & 4; and Passenger Terminal Phase 2.

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