Gerald R. Ford International Airport (IATA: GRR, ICAO: KGRR, FAA LID: GRR) is a commercial airport located a few miles southeast of Grand Rapids, Michigan in Cascade Township. Originally called Kent County Airport and later renamed Kent County International Airport; in December 1999 the airport was renamed for former resident Gerald R. Ford, the 38th President of the United States. GRR is the largest regional commercial service airport serving the West Michigan region and offers nonstop service to major connecting airports such as Atlanta, Detroit Metro, Chicago O'Hare, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Memphis, Denver, Dallas-Fort Worth, and Las Vegas. It offers no direct service to international destinations other than Toronto Pearson Airport. The airport serves as a focus city for Allegiant Air.