Northern Maine Regional Airport

Pen Air Suspends Service

Effective May 31st 2018, Pen Air has suspended all flights in and out the Northern Maine Regional Airport. If you have reservations on Pen Air after May 31st 2018, you need to contact Pen Air reservations at 1-(800) 448-4226 to make other arrangements.

For all your rental car transportation needs to alternative airports including SUVs and passenger vans, go to our Airport Directory link to the left.
For Bus Service to the City of Bangor, see Cyr Bus Lines under our Airport Directory link to the left.

Also consider delaying your travel until July 1 at which time United Airlines will begin regional jet service daily to Newark's Liberty Airport.

United Airlines Beginning Service July 1, 2018

Passenger Information

Directions to the Airport

Just 5 minutes off US Route 1, access to and from the surrounding region is very convenient.

* Click here for additional directions


Parking at the airport is never complicated and there is no charge for short-term parking. Overnight parking is only $7.00 per day. Payment may be made prior to leaving the airport, through the depository on the front of the terminal building or you may choose to mail your payment using our self-addressed payment envelope.

Conference Room

A conference room is available in the airport terminal building, which will comfortably accommodate 8 to 12 people. Arrangements to use the conference room may be made by contacting the Airport Manager's office at (207) 764-2550.


Air Museum

The Presque Isle Air Museum, located in the main terminal building is a great place to browse and learn more about the Northern Maine Regional Airport's illustrious history, dating back to the 1930's. Here you can find out how the airport played a strategic part in both WWII and the Cold War, as well as discover other fascinating historical facts.


Weather Considerations

The cold and snow is a fact of life in northern Maine. The airport maintains a fleet of modern snow removal equipment to keep its runways, ramps and taxiways open during winter storms. With quality snow removal equipment, large-scale deicing equipment and a full instrument landing system available for the main 7440-foot runway, the airport is rarely closed due to weather conditions.