Golden Triangle Regional Airport Abbreviation Code

GTR is the abbreviation code for Golden Triangle Regional Airport. According to Abbreviation Finder, GTR can also mean:

Golden Triangle Regional Airport Code

Columbus Airport – Golden Triangle Regional, MS (GTR)

The Golden Triangle Regional Airport is a major air traffic hub in the US state of Mississippi. It lies in the middle of the so-called “Triangle”, ie between the three cities of Columbus, Starkville and West Point, which are also the provincial capitals of the respective administrative districts of Lowndes, Oktibebba and Clay.

  • URL: Columbus – Golden Triangle Regional, MS (GTR)
  • Time zone: GMT -6
  • Service phone: +1 662 327-4422
  • Address: GTR Airport, 2080 Airport Road, Columbus, MS 39701, USA
  • Operator: Golden Triangle Regional Authority
  • Parking: Yes, for a fee, short and long-term parking, but the first 15 minutes are free.
  • Accessibility: Drive on US Highway 12 between Starkville and Columbus to the intersection with Airport Road and then follow the airport signs for about 3 kilometers.
  • Train connections: The next Amtrak Rail Station is about 100 kilometers further southeast in Tuscaloosa, from where there is a connection to the “Crescent”, which runs from New York to New Orleans.
  • Flight distribution on the days of the week: Monday (14.69%), Tuesday (14.13%), Wednesday (14.21%), Thursday (14.80%), Friday (14.91%), Saturday (13.62%), Sunday (13.65%)
  • other spellings: Golden Triangle Regional Airport, Starkville, MS, West Point, MS, Колумбус (Миссисипи), コ ロ ン バ ス (ミ シ シ ッ ピ 州), 哥伦布 (密西西比州)

Top airlines (share of take-offs / landings)

  1. Virgin Atlantic Airways (39, 19.40%)
  2. KLM (38, 18.91%)
  3. Korean Air (24, 11.94%)
  4. Westjet (24, 11.94%)
  5. Delta Air Lines (23, 11.44%)
  6. Air France (16, 7.96%)
  7. Royal Brunei Airlines (10, 4.98%)
  8. Other (13.43%)

Location
The airport itself is about 18 kilometers west of Columbus in Lowndes County. The fastest way to get to the airport by car is US Highway 82. Take Highway 82 between Starkville and Columbus to the intersection with Airport Road, then follow signs to the south to the airport approx. 3 kilometers away.

 

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