Air Service Expands To Montana Ski Resort
The airline now has a flight to and from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) airport.
Service is once a day, departing DFW at 10:15 a.m., and arriving at Bozeman, Montana (BZN) at 12:13 p.m. From Boseman, the times are a departure at 1 p.m., with arrival in Dallas at 5.
“The new daily seats, a new direct flight city and new American Airline customers are each individually big steps in economic development and all three together are huge wins for the economy, tourism and accessibility,” said Brandon Bang, Senior Sales Director at Big Sky Resort.
The flights are on American Eagle and operate in the winter and summer peak Big Sky seasons, from December thru April and June to October.
Here are other direct flights and airlines into Boseman:
Non-stops from La Guardia, Seattle, Minneapolis, Salt Lake City, Atlanta, Los Angeles, and links nationwide & worldwide.
Non-stops from Seattle, and Portland, OR and links all over the northwest.
Non-stops from Houston, Newark, Denver, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles and links nationwide & worldwide.
Non-stops from Denver with nationwide links & Canada.
Non-stops from Las Vegas, and Phoenix and links nationwide.
Big Sky Resort has the largest ski area in North America. Lift ticket prices are $106 for a full day, $212 for two of three days and $309 for three out of four days.
It also has a number of events throughout the year including Snobar which is just what it sounds like it might be, a bar and dance floor made out of snow with DJ music (Jan. 16 & Jan. 23) and a bluegrass festival called the Big Grass Festival (Feb. 4-7).