Four Corners Regional Airport
|Four Corners Regional Airport|
|IATA: FMN – ICAO: KFMN – FAA LID: FMN|
|Operator||City of Farmington|
|Location||Farmington, New Mexico|
|Elevation AMSL||5,506 ft / 1,678.2 m|
Four Corners Regional Airport (IATA: FMN, ICAO: KFMN, FAA LID: FMN) is a public airport a mile northwest of Farmington, in San Juan County, New Mexico. Great Lakes Airlines schedules flights to Denver with codeshare agreements with Frontier Airlines and United Airlines.
The airport has free long term parking, four major car rental companies at the terminal, and free WiFi in the terminal area.
Four Corners Regional Airport was served by the original Frontier Airlines, Sunwest Airlines, Air Midwest, Aspen Airways, Trans Colorado Airlines, America West Express, Continental Express, United Express, American Eagle, and USAirways Express.
Frontier Airlines (1950-1986) flew Boeing 737-200s to Denver after operating Convair 580s for many years. Aspen Airways served Farmington with nonstop Convair 580s to Denver as an independent airline and later as United Express. Aspen Airways flew British Aerospace BAe 146s to Denver at one point. American Eagle flew direct to Dallas/Ft. Worth (DFW), Las Vegas and Los Angeles on behalf of American Airlines with Saab 340Bs.
Airline and destinations
|Great Lakes Airlines||Denver, Alamosa (CO)|
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