Runway & Facility information


Main Runway 11/29 - 10,500 feet long, 150 feet wide 
Runway 4/22 - 5,500 feet long, 75 feet wide

Runway lighting systems are controlled by the Air Traffic Control Tower (ATCT) 16 hours per day.

Runway lighting is pilot- controlled after ATCT hours of operation.

Navigation Aids

ASR-9 (Airport Surveillance Radar)

ILS Category 1 (Instrument Landing System) on Runway 11

Localizer on Runway 29

MALSR (Medium Intensity Approach Lighting System with Runway Alignment Indicator Lights) on Runway 11

RVR (Runway Visible Range)

AWOS-3 (Automated Weather Observation System)

TVOR (Terminal Very High Frequency Omni-Directional Range Beacon) Located Near Airport

VASI (Visual Approach Slope Indicator) Runway 29

PAPI (Precision Approach Path Indicator) Runways 11 and 4

REIL (Runway End Identifier Lighting) Runways 4, 22 and 29

FAA Weather Cams,38.13525,-104.57159,40.09556/airport/GJT/details/camera/12099/loop

Unmanned Aircraft Systems (also known as Drones)

Please visit the  FAA website  for more information or to request a waiver.


Interesting Facts

Did you know...


Number of non-stop destinations from GJT


Pounds of cargo shipped annually


Number of Diversion in 2019


the Year GJT was awarded CDOT's Colorado Airport of the Year

What Our Flyers Say

I have flown out of LAX, PDX and Ohare. I have flown out of Mesa AZ, Montrose. But the Walker field is the bomb, Ooops. Can't say bomb. I love this airport for its convenience and hometown feel. The staff here are a friendly bunch, Unlike larger airports where everybody is grumpy, mean and nasty.

- Wayne Burton