Telluride Regional Airport
Telluride Regional Airport sits atop Deep Creek Mesa and is North America’s highest commercial airport. At 9,070 feet above sea level, the airport offers picturesque views of the San Juan mountains. And now – getting to Telluride has never been easier.
The Telluride Regional Airport is self-supporting. Open 365 days a year from 6:00 am until 9:00 pm.
Aircraft & Pilot Service hours are from 7:00 a.m. -9:00 p.m. except from November 1st through March 31st hours are from 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. No snow removal at night.
If you have any questions, please contact the airport.
Tel: (970) 728-8603
Fax: (970) 728-0178
TEX Airport Information
- Unicom Frequency 123.00
- Runway 09-27, 100′ wide by 7,111′. Long asphalt-grooved.
- High Intensity Runway Lights (HIRL) – Pilot controlled on Unicom 123.00
- Runway End Identifier Lights (REIL) & Precision Approach Path Indicator (PAPI) Runway 09 and Runway 27
- Localizer Approach 109.3
- Cones VOR Approach: 110.2
- GPS Approach
- RCO: 122.15 (Denver FSS)
- AWOS -III 118.325 Phone (970) 728-1534
- Runway Elevation 9,070′
Highlights for the Telluride/Montrose Winter 2016-17 Flight Schedule include:
• New flight from Denver (DEN) to Telluride (TEX) on Great Lakes/United
• New flight from Denver (DEN) to Montrose (MTJ) on Allegiant
• Early start and second daily flight from Dallas – Ft. Worth (DFW) on American
• Full daily service from Phoenix (PHX) on American
• Added third weekly flight from San Francisco (SFO) on United
• Larger Saturday jet service from Houston (IAH) on United
Heading into the Winter 2016-17 season, Telluride will once again see a major jump in air service, continuing to add options and ranking among the best in mountain resorts for access.
With two airports serving the destination, Montrose Regional Airport (MTJ) and Telluride Regional Airport (TEX), major additions are coming to both this winter.
Telluride is reveling in the return of commercial flights to TEX, just 10 minutes from town and the ski area. TEX will once again see daily commercial service beginning December 17th. The Denver to Telluride flights will be provided by Great Lakes (United partners) and will run year-round, averaging 10 flights per week.
Telluride/Montrose (MTJ) is also boasting new Denver service with the addition of twice-weekly Allegiant Air flights. The low-cost carrier looks to provide an affordable option to the I-70 corridor skier from the Denver area, as well as great local outbound access. Along with the new 35-minute, $9 commuter train from downtown Denver to Denver International Airport, the ease and cost of getting to destination skiing for Denver locals just took a major turn for the better.
For the third straight year, the region will see a major jump in service to MTJ on the American Airlines network. Flights from Dallas/Ft. Worth (DFW) will now begin on November 18th and run twice daily during the core parts of the season, including mainline jets. Flights from Phoenix-Sky Harbor (PHX) will now run daily through the season, where they had been 2-5x weekly previously. Service will also continue from Chicago (ORD) and Los Angeles (LAX) on American.
For MTJ core carrier United, Denver (DEN) will see mainline jets on the midday flights, among the 3-6 daily options through the season. United is offering larger jets from Houston (IAH) on Saturdays once again, and adding a flight to make three-per-week from San Francisco (SFO). Daily flights continue from ORD, with 1-3 flights weekly from New York (LGA), New York/New Jersey (EWR) and Los Angeles (LAX).