Posted on December 20th, 2022
Montrose Regional Airport is three miles northwest of downtown Montrose in Southwestern Colorado. The airport is located at the base of the San Juan Mountains, 300 miles southwest of Denver. The airport operates as a general aviation facility year-round and has scheduled commercial flights and an open public terminal during the winter months. The Montrose Regional Airport is the closest airport with regular commercial flights to ski areas in and around Telluride. Aside from skiing, Montrose is an attractive destination in the winter. It serves as a gateway to the Colorado Rocky Mountains during the off-season.
Montrose is a non-towered public airport with two runways at an elevation of 5,759 feet. The two runways have high-intensity lights that are pilot commanded. A rotating beacon aids pilots in locating the airport facilities at night and during periods of weather.
There is one FBO at Montrose, Atlantic Aviation. FBO hours are from 6 AM until 9 PM, seven days a week. In addition to their private terminal facilities, they offer heated hangar space, deicing, rental cars, town cars, and SUVs.
Airport Codes: MTJ (FAA and IATA), KMTJ (ICAO)
Lat/Long: N38-30.6 / W107-53.7
Operating Hours: FBO Hours: 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM; Main Terminal Hours: Open 2 hours before the first commercial flight and closed 1 hour after the arrival of the last flight.
FBO: There is 1 fixed-based operator (FBO) with daily service from 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Runway: 17/35 – 10,000 ft. long
U.S. Customs: No
Address: 2100 Airport Road, Montrose, CO 81401