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Grand Junction

Grand Junction

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Population-
City CodeGJT
Popular Airlines-
Flight Time3~6 hours
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The flight time to Grand Junction is approximately 3~6 hours. Find out more about the history, economy, climate and transportation options before you visit Grand Junction.

Grand Junction

Grand Junction is a city located in Mesa County, Colorado, United States. The city is in between Denver and Salt Lake City. The town is also known as Downtown Grand Junction. Grand Junction was founded in 1881 and was named junction because it is at the confluence of Colorado and Gunnison rivers. The city was once a production center of uranium, vanadium, gilsonite, and local oil. Grand Junction is well known for the annual summer Farmers' market, Colorado National Monument, Kokopelli Trail, and Grand Mesa National Forest.

Voice of Travelers to Grand Junction

Three days of art and culture in Grand Junction

I recently returned from my holiday in Grand Junction, the art lover's paradise. I traveled with United Express Airline. The ground and cabin crew service was excellent. The ticket was fairly priced too. We arrived in Grand Junction on time. In Grand Junction, I teamed up with my high school friend for the tour. We were targeting to visit most of the museums in Grand Junction. We visited Museum of the West, Avalon Theatre, Western Colorado Botanical Gardens, Blue Pig Gallery, and Western Colorado Center for the Arts.

Mountain Biking in Grand Junction

My friend invited me to his hometown, Grand Junction. I flew with Delta Connection Airline. I was traveling on economy class ticket and got exceptional service. The staff members were very concerned and ensured that each one of us was comfortable. We were served tea and snacks though it was a short flight. In Grand Junction, I enjoyed mountain biking at Powderhorn Mountain Resort. The park had fantastic biking trails, amazing views, and perfect weather. We also visited the Two Rivers Winery for wine tasting and a fascinating view of Colorado National Monument.

Grand Junction Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Which are the best places to visit in Grand Junction?

A. Grand Junction is a very unique destination. The city has a mild weather throughout the year. It is a natural beauty with rivers, cliffs and nature trails for the best outdoor adventures. While in Grand Junction, do not fail to visit:
The Downtown Grand Junction is beautiful with historic statues, shops, and restaurants.
Kokopelli Trail for mountain biking.
At Grand Mesa you can hike, bike, ride boats and view the scenic beauty of the lake and mountains
Colorado River for whitewater rafting.
Children's Nature Center has a science museum, zoo and aquarium.
Colorado National Monument, Canyon View Park, and Museum of the West.

Q. How can I retrieve my electronic ticket?

A. You can get your e- ticket anytime from any smart phone device or computer, once you have completed ticket reservation and the ticket has been issued. We send your e- ticket to the email that you provided when making a reservation. When you receive the email, you can download and print the ticket. If you do not receive your e- ticket within 24 hours of payment, please contact us. If you are at the airport, walk to the ticket counter and give your ticket reservation number, you will get a printed copy of your e- ticket.

Q. What is the earliest time that I can purchase a ticket before my departure date?

A. Most airlines allow you to purchase a ticket as early as 300 days before your departure date and as late as 4 hours before departure time, depending on availability of seats. The earlier you purchase your ticket, the cheaper it will be. Ticket prices tend to go up as you get to the departure date.

Q. If I have emergency travel plans, can I get a ticket and fly the same day?

A. Airlines have different policies on last minute tickets. However, it is possible to get a ticket if the airline has not sold out all tickets. A last ticket may be more expensive than a regular ticket.

Grand Junction - Direct Flights to Major Airports

Airports handling direct flights to Grand Junction Regional Airport • McCarran International Airport • Los Angeles International Airport • Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport • Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport • Salt Lake City International Airport etc. • Centennial Airport • Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport • Denver International Airport

Flight Routes to Grand Junction

Main air routes to Grand Junction are from Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, and Dallas. Main airlines flying these routes include Allegiant Air, American Eagle, Delta Connection, and United Express.