|Grand Junction Airport Shuttles|
|Grand Junction Airport (GJT) is the third largest airport in Colorado. The airport is located three miles northeast of Grand Junction, Colorado. The airport is a complete service airfield providing commercial air traffic, flight schools, and aircraft shuttle services to Denver and Las Vegas.|
About Grand Junction Airport
The airport has two runways. Almost 250,000 people used the airport in 2013. The airport is serviced by U. S. Airways, United Airlines, American, Delta, and Allegiant Air. Allegiant provides the only large jet service to the airport.
The majority of flights from Grand Junction are destined for Las Vegas but there are nonstop flights to Denver, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, Dallas, and Houston. Charters are available from Denver Air Connection and the Colorado Flight Center.
The airport features a gift shop with unique Colorado grown items, a special play area for children, a Subway, free Internet, and television monitors throughout the facility. One word of caution may be in order, while marijuana is legally sold in Colorado, the transportation of marijuana to states where it is not legal is not advisable and present heightened security at airports probably means you will be caught.
The natural beauty of the mountains and meadows in and around Grand Junction has made the area a mecca for bike riding, hiking, and nature enthusiasts. Hunting and fishing are also popular attractions. You can even visit uranium mines and collect Depression glass. The area has also become famous for the number of vineyards and the variety of wines they produce.
Hotels near GJT
Some of the better rated three star accommodations in Grand Junction include the Courtyard, Residence Inn, and the Hampton Inn.
If your taste tends to the more exotic, try the Wine Country Inn Palisade for a free daily wine tasting. Hikers and bikers may prefer the Red Bike Retreat Ridges that caters to the sports with a location that lets you hike or bike from the door of your room.
GJT Contact Information