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Passenger Information

    Airline Information
Wendover Flyaway
(Casino Flights to Wendover, NV)
For reservation information call:
Website: www.wendoverfun.com
Great Connections to Great Destinations

Daily Connections through Denver International Airport

For reservation information call:
To reach the ticket counter call:
(307) 635-6623
Website: www.flygreatlakes.com
For Reservation information call:

Website: www.united.com

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Airport Map and Address

200 E 8th Ave, Cheyenne, WY

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Parking Information

The Cheyenne Regional Airport provides PARKING AT NO CHARGE for passengers and patrons of the businesses in the Terminal. Long-Term parking is located in the west parking lot and is reserved for persons traveling for extended periods of time (over several days). Short-Term Parking is located in designated parking spaces in the west parking lot, and in the Slim Lewis parking area located south of the Airport Terminal across Evans Ave.

In addition, there is also 2-hour limited parking in front of the terminal building. This parking area is specifically used for loading and unloading vehicles.

Cheyenne Regional Airport and the Transportation Security Administration would like to remind you there is NO PARKING at the curb of the passenger drop-off. Vehicles left unattended at the curb may be towed at the owner's expense.

What will it cost to park at the Cheyenne Regional Airport? ALL PARKING IS FREE

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Frequently Asked Questions
    • What are the items I can pack on my carry-on?
      1. The Transportation Security Administration limits certain liquids, gels, and aerosols to certain quantities.  Go to http://www.tsa.gov/311/index.shtm for more information.

    • What time should I check in before my flight?
      1. Because Cheyenne Regional Airport is small, check-in and wait times are pretty small.  However each airline has different check-in times for their customers:
        1. Great Lakes Airlines – Passengers should arrive 1 hour prior to departure. 

    • Who do I need to contact regarding a compliment/complaint?
      1. The Cheyenne Regional Airport wants to provide the safest and cleanest environment for your travel.  Should we not meet your expectations you may email us at info@cheyenneairport.com or call (307) 634-7071.
      2. Great Lakes related complaints may be directed to the Station Manager at 307-635-6623.

    • I take medications.  Can I bring them along in my carry-on?
      1. Absolutely.  If you are dependent on any medications please be sure to take your recommended dosage prior arriving at the airport or boarding the plane.  NEVER pack your medications into your checked bags in the event there is a delay with the delivery of your bags. If you have questions regarding the rules for carrying medications you can contact the TSA at 307-772-2612 or go to their website at: http://www.tsa.gov/311/index.shtm

    • I have a disability/medical condition that requires special equipment, even when I pass through screening.  Can I still travel?
      1. Yes, it is very common for travelers with disabilities or medical conditions to require special assistance with travel arrangements.  Should you need assistance, contact the airline you will be traveling with for more information.

    • My unescorted minor will need to fly on this trip alone. Can I walk them to the gate?
      1. Yes but you need to coordinate obtaining a boarding pass through the airline your child will be traveling on in order to go through the security screening checkpoint. Contact the airline your child will be traveling with for additional information. All persons must be screened, regardless if they will be traveling or not, prior to entering the gate holding area.

    • I use medical oxygen on a constant or fairly constant basis to assist with breathing. Can I bring my oxygen tank with me while traveling?
      1. No. Oxygen is a known accelerant and is considered dangerous onboard commercial aircraft. Each airline has specific procedures for their travelers who require supplemental oxygen in flight, including the use of specific models of portable oxygen concentrators. These concentrators are usually available through your oxygen provider.  Contact the airline you are traveling with for more information.

    • Does Cheyenne use the back scatter X-ray and full-body image machines I have heard about on the news?
      1. No.  These screening machines are not currently in use at Cheyenne.

    • I just bought my bottle of soda in the Terminal.  Can I bring it through security? 
      1. No.  We encourage all travelers to wait to purchase vending items until after they have passed screening.  The passenger gate holding area has vending machines on the other side of security screening.

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Transportation Security Administration
    1. The Transportation Security Administration was developed in 2001 to protect the Nation’s transportation systems by ensuring freedom of movement for people and commerce.  TSA screening officers are easily identifiable by their bright blue uniforms along with their gold badges.  Other TSA officers and inspectors wear distinctive uniforms or carry credentials much like other federal inspection and investigatory agencies.

    2. As a value, TSA employees act in a manner that is respectful, and conduct themselves in an honest, trustworthy, and ethical manner.  If you have any problems, questions, or comments, please contact the TSA online at: https://contact.tsa.dhs.gov/DynaForm.aspx?FormID=10

    Or call the TSA Customer Contact Center at 1-866-289-9673.

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