Many people have been inquiring about our fishing trips, but one of the main questions asked is, "How do we get there?" Fortunately, Bozeman, MT has the busiest airport in the state of Montana. Now, I’m not talking LAX, LaGuardia, or ATL, but for our state of 1 million residents, it is a major point of entrance to SW Montana.
Bozeman Yellowstone International airport services eight different airlines including United, Delta, Southwestern, Alaska, American Airlines, Allegiant, Jet Blue and Sun Country. They offer 23 seasonal direct flights and many connections at the airline's major hubs.
When getting into Bozeman, it is easy and a fairly quick process to locate your bags and move on to your hotel or rental. When departing, the security system moves rather quickly, and getting to the airport hours earlier to make it through security usually isn’t a problem.
The Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport was started in the 1920s and is ever evolving to service the Bozeman area, continuing to add new terminals and additional parking. Being the main gateway to Yellowstone National Park in Montana has made Bozeman’s airport a very significant part of the surrounding community.
*BZN surpasses 2 million total passengers in a 12 consecutive month period (February 1, 2021 - January 31, 2022).