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CityCodeAirport Name
Billings BIL       Billings Logan Int'l
Bozeman BZN Gallatin Field Airport
Butte BTM Bert Mooney Airport
Glasgow GGW Wokal Field / Glasgow Int'l
Glendive GDV Dawson Community Airport
Great Falls GTF Great Falls Int'l
Havre HVR Havre City-County
Helena HLN Helena Regional
Kalispell FCA Glacier Park Int'l
Lewistown LWT Lewistown Municipal
Miles City MLS Frank Wiley Field Airport
Missoula MSO Missoula Int'l Airport
/ Johnson-Bell Field
Sidney SDY Sidney Richland Municipal
West Yellowstone WYS Yellowstone Airport
Wolf Point OLF LM Clayton

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Bismarck ND BIS       Bismarck Municipal
Calgary AB YYC Calgary International
Castlegar BC YCG Castlegar Airport
Cody WY COD YRA Yellowstone Reg'l
Coeur d'Alene ID COE Coeur d'Alene Airport
Cranbrook BC YXC Cranbrook Airport
Dickinson ND DIK Theodore Roosevelt Reg'l
Gillette WY GCC Gillette Campbell Cty
Idaho Falls ID IDA Idaho Falls Reg'l
Jackson Hole WY JAC Jackson Hole Airport
Lethbridge AB YQL Lethbridge County Apt
Spokane WA GEG Spokane International
Williston ND ISN Sloulin Field Int'l


There are many airports in Montana. However, not all Montana airports have regularly scheduled flights. We do not list the smallest airports, since there is no way to provide you flights from those airports.

Montana is a state in the Pacific Northwest and Great Plains regions of the United States. The central and western two-thirds of the state have numerous mountain ranges (approximately 77 named) of the northern Rocky Mountains; thus the state's name, derived from the Spanish word montaña ("mountain"). The state nickname is the "Treasure State." Other nicknames include "Land of Shining Mountains", "Big Sky Country", and the slogan "the last best place".

The economy is primarily based on agriculture and significant lumber and mineral extraction. Tourism is also important to the economy with millions of visitors a year to Glacier National Park, the Battle of Little Bighorn site, and three of the five entrances to Yellowstone National Park.

To the north, Montana and Canada share a 545-mile (877 km) portion of the world's longest undefended border. The topography of the state is diverse, but roughly defined by the Continental Divide, which runs on an approximate diagonal through the state from north to southwest, splitting it into two distinct eastern and western regions. Montana is best-known for its mountainous western region, part of the northern Rocky Mountains. However, about 60% of the state is actually prairie, part of the northern Great Plains. Nonetheless, even east of the Continental Divide and the Rocky Mountain Front, there are a number of isolated "Island Ranges" that dot the prairie landscape. The entire state contains approximately 77 named mountain ranges. (airports)

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