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Passengers flying out on United Airlines need to be checked in for their flight no later than 45 minutes before flight time and 30 minutes before flight time for Delta passengers. Passengers who check in later will not be allowed to board their flight. The Airport STRONGLY encourages passengers to be checked in and in the Airport terminal AT LEAST one hour before flight time.
Passengers must be on board their departing aircraft 15 minutes before departure. The aircraft door will be closed 10 minutes before the flight.
Passenger screening opens each morning at 4:35 am. With the first United and Delta flights departing most days at the same time, passengers should be starting to go through screening at 4:35 am when screening opens. It is NOT POSSIBLE for TSA to screen all the passengers for the two early morning flights in enough time to get all the ticketed passengers on board unless passengers start the screening process when screening opens. The Airport STRONGLY encourages passengers on the first United and Delta flights (approximately 6 am departures) to arrive so that they can start the passenger screening process at 4:35 am.
The 2020 Airport Water Quality Report is available in the Airport Administration Office (Terminal Building 2nd floor) or it can be viewed by clicking the link below:
2020 Airport Water Quality Report Document
Casper/Natrona County International Airport has prepared this Emergency Contingency Plan pursuant to §42301 of the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012. Questions regarding this plan can be directed to Glenn Januska at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emergency Contingency Plan Document
The Airport completed its Master Plan in June of 2016. The full, comprehensive document can be viewed here:
Full Airport Master Plan Document
An executive summary of the master plan can be viewed here:
Master Plan Summary Document