Grand Junction Regional Airport is a national airport and does not have international flights yet. GJT ought to have the option to acknowledge direct international flights, as government officials wrote to US Customs and Border Protection. They stated that permitting direct worldwide flights upgrades the airport's job in the state, the travel industry, and makes another, immediate connection to the worldwide air transportation framework for Colorado businesses.
However, if you're traveling to the US, the primary air terminal that you land in is the place you should experience customs and immigration, regardless of whether you're traveling to another destination. Upon appearance, passengers must enlist with the ‘Department of Homeland Security's Office of Biometric Identity Management program’, which involves having fingerprints scanned with an advanced photograph of a passenger.