Monterey Peninsula (MRY) Airport
Monterey Peninsula MRY Airport Overview
The Monterey Peninsula is one of the greatest places where land, sea and sky meet. It is known as an ideal vacation and business destination, with hotel, bed-and-breakfast and motel accommodations for any budget and lifestyle. Of particular interest is Monterey's Convention Center, its famous Cannery Row, Monterey Bay Acquarium, Fishermen's Wharf, 17-mile drive, Laguna Seca Raceway and The National Steinbeck Center in Salinas. Monterey County is home to the Arts and Culture, offering first-rate art galleries, museums, theaters, wine estates, historic sites, guided tours and walks, whale watching and fishing, family adventure and last, not least, the spectacular scenery of the Salinas Valley, Pebble Beach, and Big Sur, which include the towns of Carmel Valley, Carmel-by-the-Sea, Marina, Pacific Grove, Salinas, Soledad, Monterey, Moss Landing and Seaside.
MRY Airport is in the city of Monterey, 5 miles SE from the business District, and is accessible from Hwy 1 south (take the Hwy 68 East exit), drive 1.5 miles on Hwy 68 and at the second light turn left on Olmsted Road; drive straight on to Airport one minute away.
With 2 parallel runways and 350K passengers yearly, Monterey Peninsula Airport is served by a number of major airlines offering direct flights to U.S. hubs with connections around the world.
The small passenger terminal at Monterey Peninsula Airport offers Boingo wireless internet access, and has a full-service restaurant - the Golden Tee, a Cafe, a snack bar, a gift shop/newsstand, and rental car desk for six rental car agencies. A large board room accommodating 45 persons can be rented by calling (831) 648-7000.
Current airlines serving MRY: Alaska; Allegiant; American; United, & US Airways.
The airport opens daily at 4AM and closes after the last flight.