Frequently Asked Questions

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Frequently Asked Questions

Have a question that is not answered below?  Call us at (831) 648-7000 and we will be happy to help.

 

What items am I allowed to carry on board a plane?

Facilitating the screening process by knowing what items you can pack in your carry-on and checked baggage before arriving at the airport can save you time and inconvenience, making the start of your journey more enjoyable.  Read TSA’s list of permitted and prohibited items to plan ahead and pack properly.

 

Is there a lost and found office at the airport?

For items lost or found on board the aircraft, please contact your Airline Handling Agent. For items lost or found in the Terminal Building ONLY, please call (831) 648-7000 x0 (open Monday-Friday 8-5).

 

What can I do while I’m at Monterey Regional Airport?

There are several dining options available in and around the airport. Learn about shopping, dining and amenities at the airport as well as offsite options here.

 

Is smoking allowed at the airport?

Information coming soon.

 

How much does it cost to park my car at the airport?

Learn more about parking at the airport.

 

Where do I find Board Meeting Agendas?

You can find all Board Meeting Agendas and other information about the Monterey Peninsula Airport District Board of Directors here.

 

I heard that the Airport has an RV storage lot, where can I find information on availability?

The Airport has several rental opportunities available including RV storage, hangars, outside storage and more! 

Visit our Property Management page for details.

 

What do I need to do to fly my drone within five miles of the Airport?

Extensive information about operating a UAS or drone around the airport can be found here.

 

I need to renew my SIDA or AOA badge, who should I contact?

The Monterey Regional Airport Badging Office is responsible for issuing identification badges to all employees and tenants with a need for a badge or permit including new badges, renewal badges, AOA parking permits, fingerprinting, taxi permits or TCP permits.