Airport Facts & Stats
Airport Identifier Code – GFK
Location – 4.8 miles west of Grand Forks, North Dakota on Highway 2
Elevation – 845 ft.
Airlines – Delta Air Lines, Allegiant
Vehicle parking – 1087
The Byron L. Dorgan Terminal has approximately 50,000 sq. ft. with 2 gates.
Governed by the Grand Forks Regional Airport Authority, a public, non-profit organization established pursuant to a joint resolution between Grand Forks County and the City of Grand Forks. The Authority consists of a 7-member board of commissioners appointed by the Grand Forks Mayor and the Grand Forks County Commission.
Air Carrier Runways
17R/35L 7349 ft. long x 150 ft. wide
9L/27R 4206 ft. long x 100 ft. wide
General Aviation Runways
17L/35R 3900 ft. long x 75 ft. wide
9R/27L 3300 ft. long x 60 ft. wide
Cargo Aprons (for lease)
400 ft. long x 225 ft. wide
700 ft. long x 350 ft. wide
The number of passengers boarding commercial aircraft at GFK, including charters.
The number of take-offs and landings at GFK, mainly pilot training at UND Aerospace.
GFK is often ranked in the top 20 of the nation's busiest airports.
COVID-19 significantly impacted the number of hours student pilots were able to fly in early 2020, with all flights being temporarily cancelled.