JH Airport open unless FAA shuts it down

JACKSON, Wyo. — The Jackson Hole Airport remains open and will continue to operate while taking important measures to protect our community, staff, stakeholders and airport users.

According to director Jim Elwood, there are no plans to close the airport.

“We do not plan to close the Airport unless directed from the Federal Aviation Administration,” said Airport Director, Jim Elwood. “We are fully operational.”

Travelers concerned about flight itineraries should contact their airline directly.

To ensure the health and safety of the traveling public and community, the airport is taking steps to ensure a strategic response to COVID-19 and continues to conduct best practices and follow CDC guidelines. The airport is in communication with Teton County Public Health, and other local agencies to monitor and respond to efforts accordingly.

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