Four Corners Regional Airport

L ocation, location, location… location. When it comes to positioning, Four Corners Regional Airport certainly lives up to its name. Airport Manager Michael Lewis describes the scenario well, having had lots of practice. He explains, “Four Corners Monument about 30 air miles due northwest of the airport – indicates the point where four states come together to meet: Arizona, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico. These states come together at one single point, thus the name Four Corners. Now, here’s what is interesting. Anyone who has ever been there, whether they will admit it or not, finds that place with the brass plaque indicating the borders of these four states and gets down on all fours and says, “Look, I’m in four states at once!” So that is a pretty important part of who we are here. We are in the middle of FOUR CORNERS Regional Airport No Worries here… AT A GLANCE FOUR CORNERS REGIONAL AIRPORT WHAT: A public use, general aviation airport WHERE: San Juan County, New Mexico WEBSITE: Courtesy of Farmington Convention and Visitors Bureau