The Four Corners Regional Airport serves a population exceeding 125,000. Direct flights operated by Great Lakes Airlines are offered to Denver, CO in state of the art 19 and, starting December 17, 2016, 30 passenger turbo prop airliners. With two runways at an elevation of 5,506 feet, full time Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF), and an Air Traffic Control (ATC) tower, the Four Corners Regional Airport is a logical choice for flying from the Four Corners region.
On demand charter flights are offered by Vernon Aviation to and from nearly any destination. Car rental services are offered by Avis, Budget, Hertz, and Enterprise/National. In addition to aviation fuel sales, Atlantic Aviation, a Fixed Base Operation (FBO) facility, offers hangar space, aircraft maintenance, in-flight catering, flight crew lounge and flight planning services. The Four Corners Regional Airport offers small and large hanger lease opportunities, as well as shaded parking for aircraft. Also located in the facility is a full-service restaurant, No Worries Sports Bar and Grill. This restaurant offers dining and relaxation on the fully glassed in patio with great views of the airfield.
Daily Commercial Flights
Great Lakes Airlines, a code share partner for United Airlines, offers flights to Denver, Colorado. Starting October 1, 2016 Great Lakes Airlines will offer flights 15 flights per week. With connections through Denver, there are thousands of domestic and international connections available. To book your flight go to www.flygreatlakesav.com or call 1-800-554-5111.
Tarmac Delay Plan
The FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 (FAA reauthorization bill) requires each covered airport to post on its website its DOT-approved tarmac delay contingency plan. 49 U.S.C. § 42301(g). Below is a link to the Four Corners Regional Airport's Tarmac Delay Plan.