Welcome to the Four Corners Regional Airport (KFMN) serving a regional population of well over 100,000 with service to travelers from four states. With two runways, full time Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) and an Air Traffic Control (ATC) tower the Four Corners Regional Airport is the logical choice for flying into the Four Corners region.
Great Lakes Airlines, a code share partner for United Airlines, offers flights to Denver & Alamosa, CO, and Phoenix & Show Low, AZ. With connections through any of these cities, there are hundreds of domestic and international connections available.
The Airport is also host to four rental car companies; Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Hertz, and National.
The airport offers FREE short and long term parking to travelers utilizing the airport. The airport is also home to full service general aviation and corporate facilities.
The Airport also has an on site restaurant, Zebra's Bar and Grill, that is open for lunch and dinner.
- Four Corners Regional Airport
- Aviation Weather Information
- Federal Aviation Administration
- Farmington Air Traffic Control Tower
Tarmac Delay Plan
The FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 (FAA reauthorization bill) requires each covered airport to post on its website its DOT-approved tarmac delay contingency plan. 49 U.S.C. § 42301(g). Below is a link to the Four Corners Regional Airport's Tarmac Delay Plan.
FCRA Tarmac Delay Plan
1000 Airport Rd
- The Durango-La Plata County Airport has one of the longest runways in the Four Corners at 9,200 feet long and 150 feet wide.
- Our 36,500-square-foot terminal opened in February 1988. The Durango-La Plata County Airport has four airlines, five rental car agencies, a deli, and a gift shop.
- The Durango-La Plata County Airport is professionally staffed with professional aircraft firefighters (ARFF). The Durango-La Plata County Airport has two ARFF fire trucks with 750 pounds of dry chemical and 1,500 gallons of ARFF foam solution.
- The Durango-La Plata County Airport receives approximately 50 inches of snow annually. The airport uses large plows, a broom sweeper, and two large rotary snow blowers to keep the runway clear during winter. The airport has a variety of smaller equipment that may be used if needed.
- The Durango-La Plata County Airport is co-owned by the City of Durango and La Plata County. The airport is overseen by the Durango-La Plata County Airport Commission.
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