About Monterey Regional Airport
Previously the Monterey Peninsula Airport, Monterey Regional Airport is open to the public and owned and operated by the Monterey Peninsula Airport District. The airport lies 3 miles southeast of the downtown of Monterey, a city in Monterey County, California. The major airlines serving the airport are United Express, American Eagle, Allegiant Air, and Alaska Airlines. Covering an area of 496 acres, Monterey Regional Airport features two asphalt-surfaced runways.
There are 116 aircraft based on the field of Monterey Regional Airport, such as multiple-engine airplanes, jet airplanes, helicopters, and single-engine airplanes. The major aircraft operations Monterey Regional Airport provides are local general aviation, military, air taxi, commercial, and transient general aviation.