The following is a list of non-stop destinations from ROC by Airline. Additional destinations with connections to cities are also available, passengers should visit the designated Airlines website for additional flight options.
- AirTran Airways
Atlanta, Baltimore, Ft. Lauderdale, Orlando, Tampa
- American Eagle
Cleveland, New York - Newark, Westchester County
New York - JFK International Airport
- United Airlines
Chicago, Toronto, Washington D.C. - Dulles
- US Airways
Charlotte, Hartford, New York City - LaGuardia, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Washington D.C.- Reagan
Planning an upcoming trip by air? Here are some travel tips from the Greater Rochester International Airport (GRIA) to help your holiday vacation get off to a great start.
- Arrive at least 90 minutes prior to your scheduled departure time.
- Try to minimize your luggage load by consolidating baggage where possible.
- Be aware of items in your carry on bags that may slow your process in passing through security checkpoints.
- Have a parking plan. GRIA offers a variety of parking options. Our Short-term parking lot offers the first half-hour free. Long-term parking is located in our covered ramp garage and protects your car from the weather. Weekly parking offers a great 7-day rate. Our on-airport Shuttle lot provides customers with door-to-door service at an affordable rate. Plus, GRIA has added a NEW off-airport Economy Shuttle lot located off of Buell Road that zooms you to the terminal with ease.
- Remember all passengers must have a boarding pass prior to passing through the security checkpoints. The process with which Airlines issue boarding passes varies by airline. Boarding passes may be obtained at the ticket counter, at a self-serve kiosk or online if your airline offers these services at GRIA. Call your individual airline for more information.
Learn more about the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) Holiday Checklist.
The Combined Heat and Power Cogeneration Plant for the airport provides multiple benefits for the airport, county, airport travelers, community at large and county taxpayers. These benefits are realized through energy cost savings, increased power quality and reliability, environmental benefits and stable future energy cost at the airport.
The Combined Heat and Power Plant (CHP) plant consists of two medium-sized 750-kilowatt engine driven cogeneration units that produce electricity and hot water. The hot water is linked to the existing airport heating system and central cooling system. In this way hot water heat recovered from the cogeneration units is used to not only heat the airport in winter but also, through a special machine - an absorption chiller, provide much of the air conditioning requirements in the summer. The CHP plant will be simultaneously producing most of the airport electricity as well as hot water building heating and building cooling.