Within eastern Montana, frequent commercial flights—generally via Salt Lake City, Seattle, Denver, or Phoenix—are available only to Billings and Great Falls. Thanks to subsidies, regularly scheduled flights on small twin-engine turboprops are available in many small towns, and charter flights can be arranged. Because the region is so isolated, flights here from anywhere in the country can be pricey—often more expensive than coast-to-coast flights. Some residents of the region drive as far as Bismarck, North Dakota; Rapid City, South Dakota; or Gillette, Wyoming, to catch departing flights.
Allegiant Air 702/505–8888. www.allegiantair.com.
Delta 800/221–1212. www.delta.com.
Great Lakes Airlines 800/554–5111. www.greatlakesav.com.
Horizon 800/547–9308. www.horizonair.com.
Northwest 800/225–2525. www.nwa.com.
United 800/864–8331. www.united.com.
Billings Logan International Airport 406/238–3420. www.flybillings.com.
Great Falls International Airport 406/727–3404. www.gtfairport.com.
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