Yellowstone National Park is simply magical. Snow-covered hills sparkle above the steamy geysers, bison lounge around lazily and the quiet stillness is a welcome reprieve.
Whether you choose a day trip or a longer excursion, you’ll experience a winter wonderland like no other.
Getting to Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park is accessible through three Montana airports; Bozeman, Yellowstone International Airport, Billings Logan International and during the summer months, West Yellowstone Airport.
Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN)
The gateway to Yellowstone Country is the fastest growing airport in Montana and provides non-stop service to many metropolitan hubs throughout the U.S. Having just completed world-class renovations and new construction, the facility is Montanan’s largest and busiest airport, handling up to 2 million passengers annually, yet remains as warm and inviting as ever.
Billings Logan International (BIL)
The gateway to the big sky and beyond. Situated on the Rimrocks overlooking the city, Billings Logan International Airport service areas include the Western Dakotas, Eastern Montana and Northern Wyoming. There are approximately 25 to 30 passenger flights per day. Billings is an hour drive to Red Lodge and the Beartooth Pass.
West Yellowstone Airport (WYS)
Conveniently located immediately adjacent to Yellowstone National Park in West Yellowstone. If you are looking for quick access to the Park, there are daily commercial flights into the airport. The airport is closed during the heart of winter (approximately October through may) due to heavy snow.