Runway and Facility Information
Runway and Airport Data
Grand Junction Regional Airport in Grand Junction, Colorado has the most highly developed and modern airfield facilities between Denver and Salt Lake City.
Main Runway 11/29 - 10,500 feet long, 150 feet wide with 20-foot-wide paved shoulders.
Runway 4/22, the cross-wind runway - 5,500 feet long, 75 feet wide
Runways feature parallel taxiways.
Runway lighting systems are controlled by the Air Traffic Control Tower, which is manned 16 hours per day.
Runway lighting is pilot-controlled after ATCT hours of operation.
Grand Junction Regional Airport is accessible nearly 100% of the time because of state-of-the-art navigational and landing aids.
• ASR-9 (Airport Surveillance Radar)
• ILS Category 1 (Instrument Landing System)
• Localizer on Rnwy 29
• MALSR (Medium Intensity Approach Light System with Runway Alignment Indicator Lights)
• RVR (Runway Visible Range)
• AWOS (Automated Weather Observation System)
• TVOR (Terminal Very High Frequency Omni-Directional Range Beacon)
• VASI-Runway 29 (Visual Approach Slope Indicator)
• PAPI's-Runways 11 and 4 (Precision Approach Path Indicator)