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CityCodeAirport Name
Casper CPR       Natrona County Int'l
Cheyenne CYS Cheyenne Regional
Cody COD YRA Yellowstone Reg'l
Gillette GCC Gillette Campbell County
Jackson Hole JAC Jackson Hole Airport
Laramie LAR Laramie Regional Airport
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Riverton RIW Riverton Regional
Rock Springs RKS Rock Springs Sweetwater County
Sheridan SHR Sheridan County
Worland WRL Worland Municipal

Alliance NE AIA Alliance Municipal
Billings MT BIL Billings Logan Int'l
Bozeman MT BZN Gallatin Field Airport
Chadron NE CDR Chadron Municipal
Denver CO DEN Denver International
Idaho Falls ID IDA Idaho Falls Reg'l
Pocatello ID PIH Pocatello Regional
Rapid City SD RAP Rapid City Regional
Salt Lake City UT SLC Salt Lake City Int'l
Scottsbluff NE BFF Western Nebraska Reg'l
Steamboat Springs SBS Steamboat Springs Airport
Vernal UT VEL Vernal Airport
W. Yellowstone MT WYS Yellowstone Airport

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

Wyoming is a state of the western United States. Wyoming is one of three states entirely bounded by straight lines. It is the eleventh largest state in the United States. While the eastern third of the state is within the Great Plains, the majority is dominated by numerous distinct mountain ranges and rangelands. Wyoming is also the least populous U.S. state with roughly half a million people. Residents of the state are called Wyomingites.

The Continental Divide forks in the south central part of the state. The waters that flow or precipitate into this area, known as the Great Divide Basin, do not flow to any ocean. Instead, because of the overall aridity of Wyoming, they simply sink into the soil or evaporate. Rivers east of the Divide drain into the Missouri River Basin and eventually the Atlantic Ocean.

Each year, millions of people visit Wyoming’s national parks and monuments. The key tourist attractions in Wyoming include Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Devil’s Tower National Monument, and Fossil Butte National Monument. Each year Yellowstone National Park receives three million visitors. Devil's Tower, made famous in the film Close Encounters Of The Third Kind, is located near Moorcroft in Crook County.

Wyoming’s mineral commodities include coal, natural gas, coal bed methane, crude oil, uranium, and trona. Wyoming ranks highest in mining employment in the U.S. Due to the arid climate, the land supports few opportunities for farming. Ranching, however, is widespread. The main agricultural commodities produced in Wyoming include livestock (beef), hay, sugar beets, grain (wheat and barley), and wool. Over 91% of land in Wyoming is classified as rural. (airports)

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