Why Grand Island?
How To Get Here

How To Get Here

Grand Island’s central location makes it an easy place to live or work no matter what business you’re in. Our highways provide an easy commute to anywhere in the state, while air service takes you quickly to some of the nation’s biggest business and pleasure destinations — and home again.


Grand Island and Hall County are centrally located in the middle of the United States. No other community in the state of Nebraska can offer this network of highways to all points in the state. This grid of highways, like the spokes of a wheel, can provide the most efficient commuting time to the entire state from any location. Serving Grand Island directly are Interstate 80, U.S. Highways 30, 34 and 281 and Nebraska Highway 2, with key lateral connections to U.S. Highway 6 and Nebraska Highways 92, 14 and 11.


Central Nebreaska Regional Airport offers non-stop flights to Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport (DFW), McCarren International Airport (LAS) in Las Vegas, and Phoenix-Mesa Arizona (AZA) airports through American and Allegiant Airlines. 

Central Nebraska Regional Airport (CNRA) offers residents an important alternative to driving to Lincoln or Omaha for commercial air service. Passenger departures have risen dramatically – by approximately 750 percent – with increased service and connectivity in the last five years. In 2014, CNRA saw nearly 60,000 passengers, as well as roughly 1.5 million pounds of freight, pass through its facility. 2015 has seen a 10% increase in enplanements over 2014. Construction of a new passenger terminal started in fall 2014, and is scheduled for completion in spring 2016.

Central Nebraska Regional Airport website

Private charter flights available through Trego Dugan Private Jet Charter.

Trego Dugan charter website