Due to new screening procedures, we recommend that passengers arrive at Grand Junction Regional Airport at least two (2) hours prior to their scheduled departure time.
Yes. Drivers are reminded that Transportation Security Administration (TSA) regulations prohibit unattended and/or unauthorized vehicles in front of the terminal. NO EXCEPTIONS. All unattended and/or unauthorized vehicles will be ticketed or towed at the owner's expense. The Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority will not be responsible for damage or loss to any towed vehicle.
An electronic receipt is not required. Proper documentation for check-in remains the same as prior to the increase in security measures. These documents include government issued photo identification such as a state issued driver's license, a state issued identification card, a government issued military identification or a government issued passport.
The TSA allows passengers to bring one carry-on bag and one personal item, such as a briefcase or purse. This applies to all airlines. You should contact your airline to find out carry-on luggage size requirements.
Yes, but travelers need to be prepared to remove laptops and cell phones and other electronic devices from their cases so they can be X-rayed.
When passengers arrive at Grand Junction Regional Airport, they should go directly to their ticket counter to get a boarding pass. This includes e-ticket holders. Only those with boarding passes will be allowed through the security checkpoint.
Passengers must be at their gate at least 30 minutes prior to departure. Door closes 15 minutes prior to scheduled departure.
For the most up-to-date information on prohibited and permitted items, please visit Transportation Security Administration website.
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