Terminals

The present air terminal began its procedure on January 13, 2011, as a substitute for more established St. George Municipal Airport, which was very little in size and land-bolted. The air terminal offers a total scope of general avionics administrations which incorporate airplane support administrations, flight guidelines and energizing administrations, sanction, and picturesque touring visits. Different offices present at the traveler terminal of the air terminal are vehicle rental offices work areas, Lost and Found, and free long haul leaving. The city kicked things off on the new site in October 2008, and the runway opened on January 13, 2011. On July 13, 2015, the air terminal changed its name from St. George Municipal Airport to St. George Regional Airport to pull in more transporter organizations to the air terminal. St. George Regional Airport covers 1,204 segments of land (487 ha); its single runway, 1/19, is 9,300 by 150 feet (2,835 x 46 m). The air terminal has a 35,000-square-foot (3,300 m2) terminal.

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