Four Corners Regional Airport (IATA: FMN, ICAO: KFMN, FAA LID: FMN) is in San Juan County, New Mexico, a mile northwest of Farmington, which owns it. Great Lakes Airlines was the only airline to service the airport, with up to three daily departures to Denver International Airport. However, they stopped serving the airport in early November 2017 citing shortage of pilots 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 primarily served by the original Frontier Airlines and by Mesa Airlines which was founded in Farmington and had its headquarters there for many years before moving to Phoenix. The Farmington airport has also been served by Air Midwest, Aspen Airways, Pioneer Airlines, Trans-Colorado Airlines, Sun West Airlines, Rio Grande Air, America West Express, Continental Express, United Express, American Eagle, and US Airways Express. In the past, the airport was by far the second busiest in the state of New Mexico behind the Albuquerque International Sunport. In terms of 2013 enplanements, it is currently the fifth busiest airport in the state, behind Albuquerque International Sunport, Santa Fe Municipal Airport, Roswell International Air Center, and Lea County Regional Airport serving Hobbs. In recent years most regional airlines have converted to all jet aircraft and Farmington cannot economically handle jets as the airport sits on top of a plateau in which the runways cannot be extended. Therefore, the airport has seen a significant drop in traffic, much of it now utilizing the La Plata County Airport near Durango, Colorado. It is included in the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2019 2023, in which it is categorized as a regional general aviation facility.
|Contact Number:||+1 505-599-1395|
|Airport Address:||1300 W Navajo St, Farmington, NM 87401, United State|