Serving as an important gateway into western Michigan, Gerald R. Ford International Airport offers its passengers the choice of using some of the best airline companies in North America.
Offering service to Toronto Pearson International Airport, Air Canada Express is the only carrier at Gerald R. Ford International Airport to provide a trip outside of the United States. Air Canada Express is part of the Air Canada brand, the official flag carrier for Canada. Passengers can board this great Canadian airline from the gates at Concourse B.
One of the busiest airlines at Gerald R. Ford International Airport is Allegiant Air. This regional airline connects Grand Rapids, Michigan with Orlando Sanford International Airport, Las Vegas McCarran International Airport, Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport, and St. Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport. The McDonnell Douglas fleet of Allegiant Air waits for passengers near Concourse B.
Anyone wishing to fly to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport will have to use American Eagle services. This major regional airline is the only carrier to connect Grand Rapids with the busiest airport in Texas. Chicago O’Hare International Airport is the other destination offered by American Eagle. In fact, Chicago is the busiest route departing from Gerald R. Ford International Airport. American Eagle’s fleet of Bombardier and Embraer jets receive passengers from Concourse B.
One of the world’s largest airlines in terms of fleet size proudly serves Gerald R. Ford International Airport. Delta Air Lines links western Michigan to Georgia’s capital Atlanta, Minnesota’s twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, and New York City. By offering direct flights to Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, Delta also connects Grand Rapids with Michigan’s largest city. On a seasonal schedule Delta Air Lines offers trips to Cincinnati and Orlando. Most of these flights are actually operated by the Delta Connection brand. All Delta jets depart from Concourse A at Gerald R. Ford International Airport.
United Airlines connects Gerald R. Ford International Airport with important Midwestern cities of Chicago and Cleveland. Additionally, this major airline is the only carrier to provide direct service to Houston Intercontinental International Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport. The airport in Newark is actually a major gateway into New York City. United Airlines planes can be boarded from Concourse B.
All of the airline ticket desks at Gerald R. Ford International Airport are located on the first level of the terminal building. Airtran, Allegiant Air, and United Airlines have ticket counters near Exit 5 and 6. The ticket desks for Delta, American Eagle, Frontier, and Air Canada are located near Exit 2 and 3.