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Bangor International Airport (IATA: BGR, ICAO: KBGR, FAA LID: BGR) is a joint civil-military public airport on the west side of the city of Bangor, in Penobscot County, Maine, United States. Owned and operated by the City of Bangor, the airport has a single runway measuring 11,440 by 200 ft (3,487 by 61 m). Formerly a military installation known as Dow Air Force Base, Bangor International Airport remains home to the 101st Air Refueling Wing of the Maine Air National Guard, although most of the Air Force's aircraft and personnel left in the late 1960s. BGR covers 2,079 acres (841 ha) of land.

All Our Services

Jodogo simplifies your Bangor international airport experience by offering meet and greet services, access to a lounge, and a luxurious limousine for added comfort for your airport transfer. Below listed are the inclusions covered in the service offerings

Meet and Greet at Arrival Gate

Meet and Greet post immigration

Wheelchair Assistance

Porter service

Assistance at check in

Fast Track through immigration

Priority boarding

Assistance with baggage handling

Expedited Service Through Security

Assistance for terminal transfer

Escort until car pickup

Liaise with Driver

Escort to lounge

Escort until departure gate

Buggy Transfer

Expedited service through Immigration

Meet and Greet at curbside at car drop off

History Bangor International Airport

History Bangor International Airport

Bangor International Airport began as Godfrey Field in 1921, on land owned by local attorney Edward Rawson Godfrey (1877–1958 On August 19, 1923, 15 Martin Bombers and 11 DeHaviland Scout Planes under the command of Gen. Billy Mitchell — virtually the entire U.S. Army Air Corps — landed there on a practice mission.

Regular air passenger service to Portland and Boston was begun in 1931 by Boston-Maine Airways, owned by the Boston and Maine and Bangor and Aroostook railroads and under contract to Pan American, which was interested in the airport as a stop on its planned intercontinental air route between the U.S. and Europe.

Amelia Earhart travelled to Bangor on the first flight of Boston-Maine Airways, in which she was an investor, in 1933.The airport was equipped with floodlights for night flights as early as 1937. In 1940, Boston-Maine became Northeast Airlines, which eventually merged with Delta Air Lines in 1972.

Diversion Destination Bangor International Airport

Diversion Destination Bangor International Airport

Bangor is the first major American airport encountered by airliners approaching the United States from the east and the last for airliners heading towards Europe. With a runway that is more than two miles (3.2 km) long and an uncluttered airspace, it offers a place to land in case of bad weather at an airplane's destination, bomb threats, or passengers who prove unruly or are discovered to be on the Transportation Security Administration's No Fly List. Between 2004 and May 2012, the airport handled 647 unscheduled landings: 388 for fuel, 139 for weather, 50 for medical reasons, 49 for maintenance problems, and 21 for security reasons.

Because of its experience, the airport is able to quickly assemble firefighters, ambulances, police officers, and federal agents to meet such planes. During their involuntary visit to Maine, passengers receive food and donated cell phones to make calls The airport receives $2,000 to $3,000 in handling and fuel fees, so it makes a small profit for each diverted flight.

Current Service Bangor International Airport:

Bangor Airport currently has up to 20 daily departures through Allegiant Air, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines.

Since the Iraq War, Bangor has also been busy with transcontinental and transatlantic military charter flights making refueling stops. Once in Bangor, planes will often disembark military passengers, refuel, reload the troops and take off to air bases elsewhere in the U.S. or overseas.

There have been no fatal accidents associated with commercial service at the airport since it was organized as a municipal corporation in 1969.

 Aircraft Usage Bangor International Airport

Aircraft Usage Bangor International Airport

Allegiant Air uses A319/A320 aircraft.

American Airlines uses A319 aircraft.

American Eagle uses Bombardier CRJ200, CRJ700, CRJ900, Embraer E175, ERJ140 and ERJ145 aircraft.

Delta Connection uses Bombardier CRJ700, CRJ900 aircraft.

United Express uses Bombardier CRJ100/200, Embraer ERJ 145, and Embraer 175 aircraft.

Military Operations Bangor International Airport

Military Operations Bangor International Airport

In addition to regular operations by the 101st Air Refueling Wing of the Maine Air National Guard and other aviation operations by the Maine Army National Guard, Bangor is often the first or last stop on U.S. soil for troops headed to or from Iraq, Afghanistan or other overseas destinations

Ground Transportation Bangor International Airport:

Bangor International Airport is located off The airport is served by local taxi and limousine services as well as various rental car companies. The Community Connector provides bus service between the airport and the surrounding region. Bus services to Portland, Boston, and Northern Maine operated by Concord Coach and Cyr Bus Lines are located about one mile from the airport.


Bangor International Airport Meet And Greet

  1. Airport Meet and greet services
  2. Fast track vip airport assistance
  3. Airport assistance services
  4. VIP concierge services
  5. Airport special assistance
  6. Airport chauffeur service
  7. Airport medical services
  1. Senior citizen airport assistance
  2. Luggage assistance at airport
  3. Airport assistance for elderly
  4. Airport wheelchair service
  5. Comfortable Transfer Services
  6. Lounge Access

Why should use JODOGO Airport Assistance?

Avoid long lines and save time: JODOGO's meet and greet services will help you avoid long lines at the airport, saving you valuable time.

Have a stress-free travel experience: JODOGO's experienced and professional staff will take care of all the details of your airport experience, so you can relax and enjoy your trip.

Get personalized attention: JODOGO's staff will provide you with personalized attention and assistance, ensuring that your needs are met.

Enjoy a variety of services: JODOGO offers a variety of services to meet your needs, including meet and greet, porter service, Fast Track check-in and security, and lounge access.

Benefit from competitive rates: JODOGO offers competitive rates for their services, making them an affordable option for travelers. Get 24/7 support: JODOGO is available 24/7 to help you with your travel needs.

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Experience a smooth and efficient airport experience: JODOGO's staff is trained to provide a smooth and efficient airport experience for all travelers.

Feel confident and secure: JODOGO's staff is knowledgeable and experienced, so you can feel confident that you are in good hands.

Relax and enjoy your trip: With JODOGO's help, you can relax and enjoy your trip knowing that your airport experience will be taken care of.

FAQs for Airport Assistance

Booking your Bangor airport assistance with JODOGO is convenient and effortless. Here's how:

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  2. Fill out the online form: Provide your flight details, arrival/departure information, and desired services.
  3. Select your preferred payment method: We accept major credit cards and PayPal.
  4. Confirm your booking: Upon confirmation, you'll receive an email with all the details.

Our Meet and Greet service guarantees a smooth and stress-free airport experience in Bangor. A dedicated representative will greet you personally upon arrival or departure, assist with luggage handling, expedite your airport procedures, and escort you to your transportation or gate.

Our friendly customer support team is available 24/7 to answer your questions and assist you. Reach us by phone or WhatsApp at +1 (325) 225 5550

Yes, we offer wheelchair assistance at Bangor International Airport. Simply indicate your requirement when booking online, and we will ensure a wheelchair and trained personnel are available throughout your airport journey

The cost of our airport assistance services in Bangor depends on the chosen services, number of passengers, and your arrival/departure time. We offer competitive rates and transparent pricing. Visit our website or contact our customer support team for detailed pricing information.

Our fast track airport assistance service allows you to bypass regular queues and expedite your airport experience. This includes priority check-in, security clearance, and passport control.

Yes, we offer VIP concierge services at Bangor International Airport to provide a luxurious and personalized experience. Enjoy dedicated assistance with everything from luggage handling and expedited procedures to luxury transportation and personalized airport lounge access.

Additional Services:

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  2. Bangor Airport Fast Track
  3. Bangor Airport Special Assistance
  4. Bangor Airport Private Transfers
  5. Bangor Airport Personal Assistant

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