Bangor International Airport

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Bangor International Airport
IATA: BGRICAO: KBGR
BGR is located in Maine
BGR
Location of the Airport in Maine
Summary
Airport type Public
Owner/Operator City of Bangor
Serves Bangor, Maine
Elevation AMSL 192 ft / 59 m
Coordinates 44°48′26″N 068°49′41″W / 44.80722°N 68.82806°W / 44.80722; -68.82806Coordinates: 44°48′26″N 068°49′41″W / 44.80722°N 68.82806°W / 44.80722; -68.82806
Website www.flybangor.com
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
15/33 11,440 3,487 Asphalt

Bangor International Airport (IATA: BGRICAO: KBGR) is a public use passenger airport. It is 3 miles (5 km) west of the city of Bangor, Maine, United States. It is owned and operated by the City of Bangor. It used to be a military base called Dow Air Force Base. The airport has a single runway that is 11,439 ft (3486 m) long and 200 ft (60 m) wide.

The airport is used a lot because it's near the Great Circle Route, a major air route between Europe and the East Coast of the United States. The 'international' in the airport's name doesn't refer to it being close to Canada (to which it has no regular flights), but its role in travel across the Atlantic Ocean.[1]

Bangor International Airport has passenger service on three airlines, Delta Airlines, Allegiant Air, and US Airways.

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