Grand Junction Regional Airport sees ongoing runway innovations

From the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel: The Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority held its monthly meeting Tuesday where it discussed airport finances in March and implications of the upcoming runway project.

Runway 12-30 renovations, which are estimated to cost $1.779 million, will continue to cause some minor disruptions until early June.

Construction began April 1 and is scheduled to be complete by the end of May. Runway 11 will remain open throughout the duration of the construction process, though the runway’s glide slope, which is used to map the proper path of descent when a plane is ready to land, will be closed until early June. Read More: GJ Daily Sentinel News