About Monterey Regional Airport
Monterey Regional Airport is a non-hub commercial service airport. The Monterey Region is accessed by four major airlines (Alaska, Allegiant, American, and United) serving over 400,000 passengers per year. Direct flights are available to several destinations and MRY offers one-stop connections to numerous cities worldwide, making us an excellent travel choice.
The Airport provides commercial and general aviation access to the national air transportation system in support of business and leisure travel. MRY has two parallel runways, a Federal Air Traffic Control Tower and precision instrument approach procedures. The primary runway 28L and 10R is 7,175’ in length. The smaller general aviation runway 28R and 10L is 3,504’ in length.
Whatever type of aviation travel you might need, let MRY provide you a convenient worldwide connection.