Grand Junction Regional Airport (GJT) is the largest airport on the Western Slope and the third largest in Colorado. It’s situated about 4 miles northeast of downtown Grand Junction.
GJT runs 5 direct nonstop flights around the country, with a sixth flight seasonally. It first opened as Grand Junction Municipal Airport in 1930. It was called Walker Field in 1942, a name it’s sometimes still referred to as today. Though in 2007 it was renamed Grand Junction Regional Airport.
Airlines Flying Out of GJT
Note: Airlines and flight arrivals and departures are subject to change.
Grand Junction Regional Airport runs an average of 16 flights per day. There are 6 direct nonstop destinations from GJT, including daily flights to Denver International Airport.
- American Airlines
- Delta Airlines
- United Airlines
- Denver Air Connection
Direct Nonstop Flights To/From GJT
Year-round direct nonstop flights:
- Denver, CO
- Dallas, TX
- Phoenix, AZ
- Las Vegas, NV
Seasonal direct nonstop flights:
- Mesa, AZ (Seasonal Service) February-May, 2023
- Los Angeles, CA (Seasonal Service)
Parking and Transportation
Parking is available at the airport with the first thirty minutes free. After that it’s charged by the thirty minutes with a reasonable daily maximum.
A variety of ground transportation is provided from the airport. Options are taxis, buses, shuttles, car rentals and transportation network companies. The follow car rental agencies service GJT on-site:
There is a Grand Valley Transit (GVT) bus stop close to the airport. Or once in town you can hop aboard a GVT bus, which serves Mesa County as far east as Palisade or west to Fruita.
Address: 2828 Walker Field Dr, Grand Junction, CO 81506
Phone: +1 970-244-9100
Elevation: 1,481 meters / 4,859 feet
WMO Code: 72476