- Service Areas
- Economic Development
- Site Selection
Planes, trains and automobiles. Because of its proximity between Denver, Colorado and Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Town of Windsor has convenient and nearby access to airports, the railroad, and highways and interstates.
There are four airports in the area, with Denver International Airport being the biggest and busiest in the region.
The Denver International Airport (DIA)
DIA is the 5th busiest airport in the U.S., with over 20 different airlines flying in and out of Denver. Continental and international flight options are available.
Northern Colorado Regional Airport
The Northern Colorado Regional Airport is a class E airspace and has been operating since 1964. The airport is 1050 acres and can accommodate planes as large as a Boeing 757.
Weld County Airport
Located three miles east of Greeley, the Weld County Airport is 1,200 acres with over 30 corporate and private hangars.
Cheyenne Regional Airport
The Cheyenne Regional Airport has two runways and offers daily flights to and from Dallas-Forth Worth International Airport on American Airlines.
The Town of Windsor is located along major railways with access to the Great Western Railway of Colorado, the Union Pacific Railway and the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Railway. These rail lines offer reliable transportation for a variety of products and goods.
Northern Colorado Railroad Map (PDF)
Union Pacific is one of the oldest, continually operating railways in the United States.
Great Western Railway
The Great Western Railway of Colorado serviced by Omnitrax operates over 80 miles of track in northern Colorado. The railway offers convenient transportation for many businesses in Windsor’s Great Western Industrial Park.
Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway
The BNSF Railway travels through 28 states, including Colorado, and has 32,500 miles of tracks.