General Aviation Services

Classic Aviation

4700 Airport Rd.

Riverton, Wyoming

(307) 856-3599
For after hours assistance, call the number above – service fee will apply.

Courtesy car is available for pilot use.

Hours of Operation

Weekdays: 8:00AM – 5:00PM
Weekends: 9:00AM – 4:00PM


Amenities

Free Wi-Fi so you can stay connected.

Life doesn’t have to pause just because you’re traveling. Take advantage of our Free Wi-Fi while you relax in the terminal and get some business done while you wait.

Free Parking

Never worry about the cost to leave your vehicle. At Riverton Regional Airport your parking, whether it is long or short-term, is always FREE.


Ground Transportation

Taxi Cab & Bus Services

Car Rental

Priceless Car Rental

  • Contact
    • Phone: (307) 857-7505
    • Address: 755 South Federal Blvd, Riverton, WY 82501
  • Airport pickup and delivery available

Screening & Security

Know Before You Get here…

Learn everything you need to know before you get here by visiting the links below provided by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).


Terminal Hours

MONDAY – SUNDAY: 5:00 am – 5:00 pm; 9:00 pm – 11:00 pm


FAQ’s

What are the different types of parking?

Riverton Regional Airport offers FREE convenient parking for our customer’s right in front of the passenger terminal. Short Term Parking is located in the first two rows and Long Term Parking is located in the back rows. There is also overflow parking on the East side of the parking lot.

May I park, even for a few minutes, in front of the terminal?

No. Please do not park in front of the terminal. Because of heightened security measures, vehicles left unattended at the terminal curb may be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense. 

How early should I arrive for my flight?

We suggest that you show up at least 60 minutes before your scheduled flight.

Can I escort a person with special needs to their flight?

In most cases, yes. This requires a gate pass issued by the airline and a valid, government issued, photo id. When you check in at the ticket counter, ask an airline representative to issue a gate pass. For more information, please contact the airline prior to arriving at the airport. 

I have an elderly person flying out that will need special assistance.

In most cases, yes. This requires a gate pass issued by the airline and a valid, government issued, photo id. When you check in at the ticket counter, ask an airline representative to issue a gate pass. For more information, please contact the airline prior to arriving at the airport. 

How do I request a wheelchair or other assistance for an elderly or disabled passenger or for a child traveling alone?

Please check with the airline that issued the ticket for the person who is traveling prior to your travel date and when you arrive at the terminal.

How many carry-on items are allowed?

As a general rule two. Please limit your carry-on items to one carry-on bag plus one personal item, such as a laptop computer, purse, briefcase or camera case. Check with your airline for size restrictions and other rules.

How can I advertise my company in the Riverton Regional Airport terminal?

By contacting Airport Administration at (307) 857-7780 or pgriffin@rivertonwy.gov.

How do I get to the Riverton Regional Airport?

Riverton Regional Airport is conveniently located just west of town on Griffey Hill past the Job Corps. For directions to Riverton Regional Airport, please click, here.

What type of documentation is required for minors without a valid form of identification?

The airlines and Transportation Security Administration currently do not require a valid form of identification from passengers under the age of 18. Please visit www.tsa.gov  for additional information on security screening.

What are the phone numbers for Riverton Regional Airport’s airline?

United Express: 1-800-864-8331

Does the airport offer Internet access?

YES, Free Wi-Fi Internet access is available throughout the terminal. 

Where do I go for lost baggage?

Call your airline, visit their ticket counter or contact an airline customer service agent for further information. Lost baggage is the sole responsibility of the airline you are flying on.

What items can I bring through the security line?

Most personal items can be carried through gate screening. There are prohibited items such as fire arms, cigarette lighters, knives and other dangerous objects that will be confiscated or require law enforcement. Liquids and gels that are more than 3 ounces also are prohibited. For a list of prohibited items, please click, here.

Where can I find an ATM?

Riverton Regional Airport does not offer any ATM Services at this time.

How can I check on a flight’s status?

Flight Status information is available by logging into Flight Aware or Flight View (Free apps) and entering your flight information or you can contact the airline for information about a specific flight by calling the local ticket counter or the respective reservation number. 

What identification is required to clear security?

Passengers age 18 and older must present photo identification, such as a passport, driver’s license or a military ID, issued by a local, state or federal government agency, or two forms of non-photo identification such as a Social Security card, one of which must have been issued by a state or federal agency. For more information, call the TSA Contact Center toll-free at (866) 289-9673 during the following hours: Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m., and Saturday, Sunday and holidays from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. You may also e-mail TSA at ContactCenter@dhs.gov.

How do I contact airport Lost & Found?

If an item was lost on a flight, please contact the airline directly. For items lost in other parts of the airport terminal, call Airport Administration at (307) 856–7063. If you are not sure where an item was lost, please contact both the Airline and the airport. 

Where I can smoke inside the airport?

Smoking is prohibited inside of the airport terminal. Smoking is only available outside the airport entrance in a designated smoking section. 

How do I obtain additional information not found on the website?

For more information about Riverton Regional Airport, please call our office at (307) 856-7063. If you have a customer service-related question, e-mail us info@flyriverton.com.

What precautions to take for a pacemaker to get through screening?

You should not go through our metal detector without your doctor’s approval. You may request a pat down from the TSA agent instead of going through the metal detector. 


Airport Board and Staff

Airport Board Members

The Airport Board meets on the 3rd Friday of each month at 8 a.m. The meetings are held at City Hall in Council Chambers and are open to the public. For any questions, please call 307-856-3687.

Dean F.J. Peranteaux – Chairman

  • Year appointed to board: 1 January 2009
  • Year(s) served in this position: 8
  • Primary Occupation: Information Technology

Hobbies/skills/prior training/schooling that helps me contribute to the Airport Board: As a resident and businessman in Fremont County for 30 plus years, I have a desire to see the airport continue to flourish and provide much needed aviation services. I began flying aircraft at the young age of thirteen and have always been very active in all aspects of aviation. I continue to be involved with the EAA Young Eagles Program which promotes interest in aviation in children and young adults. Our fantastic airport is vital to our community, and I have a great desire to see the aviation community grow as well as the expansion of aviation services currently provided to our City and Country residents.

Mick Pryor – Member

Hobbies/skills/prior training/schooling that helps me contribute to the Airport Board: 

  • MBA
  • Military Leadership – Logistics Background
  • Training for Private Pilots License
  • Year appointed to board: 2014
  • Year(s) served in this position: 2
  • Primary Occupation: Financial Advisor

Bruce Kamminga – Member

  • Year appointed to board: 2012
  • Year(s) served in this position: 4
  • Primary Occupation: Self Employed

Hobbies/skills/prior training/schooling that helps me contribute to the Airport Board: 

Flying, Jeep Restoration, Snowmobiling, Old Car Restoration, Plane Restoration, Airport Manager, Sponsor of the “The School of Mission Aviation Training”, member of the Civil Air Patrol. 

Jim Gores – Member

Hobbies/skills/prior training/schooling that helps me contribute to the Airport Board: 

Have served as airport engineer to several Wyoming Airports on a consulting basis, handling all types of FAA and WAC Funded planning design and construction projects over a 25 year timeline. 

  • Year appointed to board: 2015
  • Year(s) served in this position: 1
  • Primary Occupation: Civil Engineer

Bob Lebeda – Member

  • Year appointed to board: 2015
  • Year(s) served in this position: 2
  • Primary Occupation: Retired

Hobbies/skills/prior training/schooling that helps me contribute to the Airport Board: 

My history includes a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, 8 years in the Air Force, where I accumulated about 3,000 hrs flight Time. I am a registered civil engineer ( retired) and also worked in heavy highway construction and as a supplier for the construction industry. I hope these experiences enhance my contribution to the airport and my community 

Mike Bailey – City Council Liason

Hobbies/skills/prior training/schooling that helps me contribute to the Airport Board: 

Private Pilot, City Planning Commission, City Council, Commercial CDL License, having been involved in Fremont County Economic Development at many levels. 

  • Year appointed to board: 2016
  • Year(s) served in this position: 1
  • Primary Occupation: Business Owner

Larry Allen – County Commissioner

  • Year appointed to board: 2012
  • Year(s) served in this position: 4
  • Primary Occupation: Rancher, County Commissioner, State of Wyo Oil & Gas Commission.

Hobbies/skills/prior training/schooling that helps me contribute to the Airport Board: 

Fly Fishing, hunting, fire Chief – Lysite, 1st Responder – Fremont County, Wyoming. Community interests and needs for dependable and reliable air service is essential for Fremont County. 


City of Riverton Staff

Kyle Butterfield – Public Works Director

Originally from Riverton, Utah, Kyle Butterfield is proud to call Riverton, Wyoming, home.  He joined the City of Riverton in 2014 and brings over 11 years of local government experience to the community.  Kyle holds a Bachelor of Science and Master of Public Administration from the University of Utah.  Prior to joining the City of Riverton, he worked for West Valley City and the City of Cottonwood Heights.  Kyle serves on the Fremont Air Service Team (F.A.S.T) and currently volunteers as Scoutmaster in the Boy Scouts of America organization. 

Paul Griffin – Airport Division Manager

Paul Griffin, Born and raised in Fremont Co., brings over 37+ years of Airport and Aviation Management experience to Riverton Regional Airport. He is an Airport Certified Employee by the American Association of Airport Executives. Paulis a retired Army helicopter pilot/mechanic. After his Army career, Paul returned home and joined Riverton Regional Airport in October 1995.

Krista Ramage – Public Works Secretary/ Airport Board Secretary

Year Appointed to board:  2012

Year(s) served in this position:  4

Primary Occupation:  City of Riverton Public Works Secretary

As the Public Works Secretary for the City of Riverton, not only do I serve as the Airport Board Secretary but also as Secretary for the FORCC (Fix Our Roads Citizens Committee), Tree Board and the Urban Systems Advisory Committee. I am also involved in the Employee Council and Safety Committee for the City. 


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