Colorado has commuter airlines and regional airports throughout the state, making it easier for winter visitors to get to their favorite resort. Some offer even more. The Telluride/Montrose Regional Airport has direct flights from Chicago and Los Angeles with seven other non-stop destinations.
Direct flights from Los Angeles to Grand Junction make it easier to get to Powderhorn Resort.
Steamboat has a new Web site to help travelers chart the most affordable and efficient flights to Ski Town U.S.A. from major cities across the United States. The Steamboat/Hayden airport has recently expanded, and there are non-stop direct flights from nine U.S. cities. Steamboat also offers the Kids Fly Free program which gives kids 12 and under a free airline ticket when families book a two-night stay through Steamboat Central Reservations.
Crested Butte has the Friends & Family Fly Free program. Buy two airline tickets and the third is free. A four-night minimum stay is required. Alpine Express takes you from the airport to the mountain. Monarch Mountain is also accessible from the Gunnison/Crested Butte Airport. Monarch is the closest resort to Colorado Springs, so many visitors fly into that airport.