To all of our BGR employees, we would like to thank you for your understanding and patience. We are required by the FAA to remain open and we greatly appreciate the extra effort you have been putting in to make sure we are here for the passengers who must still travel, for the traffic we’ve seen through GA, and especially for keeping our military operations going at this crucial time.
To help ensure that all employees receive the most up-to-date information possible, we have created this page for employees with the memos that have been issued by the airport, as well as important information and resources distributed by the city. We will continue to email notices and ask that supervisors help distribute that information to their teams, but wanted one place where all information will be available.
Please stay safe and feel free to contact BGR Director Tony Caruso (992.4605) or Marketing & Business Development Manager Aimee Thibodeau (735.4068) with any questions or concerns.
BGR Memos & Reminders
Social Distancing continues to be one of the most recommended ways to avoid contracting COVID-19. Please continue to practice social (physical) distancing in the workplace. Also, only enter a BGR facility during your scheduled shift. Limited contact is important to keeping us all safe and healthy.
Employee Resources From the City
This resource guide is being provided in an effort to consolidate information for City employees regarding resources and information available to you as we deal with COVID-19. Due to the evolving nature of this information, efforts will be made to keep this resource updated continually. As always though, if you have questions, please reach out to your supervisor and/or Human Resources at 207.992.4265 or 207.992.4266 . We appreciate all you are doing every day and encourage you to utilize resources to keep yourself and others healthy and safe.
Public Health Information From the City of Bangor
Please visit this page for Bangor-area public health resources and up-to-date information during the COVID-19 pandemic. Information will be updated daily.
Information From the City of Bangor
The City of Bangor continues to monitor and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Significant coordination continues among city departments, the Maine CDC, local healthcare providers, and other partners. All of that information can be found here: