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Grand Junction Regional Airport
Grand Junction Regional Airport began providing air travel services in 1930, as the Grand Junction Municipal Airport. From 1942 until 2007, it was named Walker Field, after local resident Walter Walker helped gather funding and business support for the airport. The airport encompasses 2,357 acres of land, north of Grand Junction, in Northern Colorado. The majority of the time, the two paved runways are used for general aviation services. The on-site Colorado Flight Center provides charted flights, flight training and an aircraft rental facility.
The airport's fixed base operator provides aircraft sales, aircraft maintenance, avionics, fuel service and aircraft engineering. Travelers in need of a commercial flight can choose one of the five commercial airlines to fly to Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Dallas/Fort Worth, Salt Lake City, Houston, Denver and Phoenix. While waiting for a flight, enjoy a snack or meal at the Subway Cafe inside the terminal. The convenient parking and rental car agencies are additional conveniences provided by the airport. Stay close to the airport, as a guest of Best Western hotels and enjoy your Northern Colorado visit.
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