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Governor issues Directive providing mandatory quarantine for certain travelers arriving in Montana from another state or country effective 3/30/2020

Governor Bullock issues Directive Implementing Executive Orders 2-2020 and 3-2020 and providing mandatory quarantine for certain travelers arriving in Montana from another state or country effective March 30, 2020

COVID-19 Update - March 27, 2020

COVID-19 Update – March 27, 2020

IMPORTANT NOTICE:
Attention travelers returning from an international location:
Governor Bullock has issued a self-quarantine order for 14 days after your return. Please notify your health department. If you're a Gallatin County resident you can contact the health department at 406-548-0123 at your earliest convenience.

Governor Bullock has also issued a Stay at Home and Social Distancing Directive

Travelers should practice social distancing and to the extend possible, maintain a distance of approximately 6 feet between yourself and other customers and employees within the airport. 

Additional Airport Information Regarding COVID-19

We know that our passengers have questions about how COVID-19 is impacting the airport and what the airport is doing to help protect passengers. The safety and well-being of our passengers and employees is our number-one priority. In an effort to ensure that passengers feel comfortable while traveling, BZN has made several proactive enhancements to our facility and our cleaning procedures. Below is information on what the airport is doing, travel impacts and operational impacts.

Passenger Health Screenings:
BZN is not one of the airports being screened by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. It is important to remember that there are no commercial international arrivals arriving at BZN. International passengers arriving at BZN coming from restricted countries are screened at one of the entry airports by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.

Social Distancing in the TSA Line:
Working with TSA, we have made some adjustments to the lines as you approach the security checkpoints to provide more space between lines of passengers. In order to provide additional space between the passengers in front of you and behind you, we ask everyone to practice social distancing and spread out rather than crowd other passengers nearby.

What is BZN Doing to Protect Passengers and Employees:
  • Increased the frequency and intensity of efforts to disinfect restrooms and other public areas with cleaning agents intended to kill germs.
  • Airlines have increased the frequency and intensity of efforts to disinfect aircraft and their facilities. 
  • For continuity of operation, The Airport Authority is separating each department into two groups.  The first group will be working the next 14 days with the second group essentially in self quarantine at home.  The two groups will reverse for the 2nd 14 days. 
  • Multiple Hand Sanitizer Stations throughout the Terminal.
Dining and Shopping:
BZN’s concessions are making changes to their operations. Concessions outside of security are temporarily closed.  The restaurants inside security are closed.  The convenience store/gift shop inside security will remain open at this time in order to serve our passengers and employees who do not have anywhere else to purchase prepackaged food or over the counter medical products.

Travel Restrictions:
It’s important to be aware of the CDC's current travel advisories. CDC recommends that older adults and people of any age with serious chronic medical conditions should consider postponing nonessential travel to most global destinations. CDC also recommends that travelers avoid all nonessential travel to the following destinations.

So far we have not received any information about domestic travel restrictions.

Gallatin County Health Department
The Gallatin City-County Health Department has opened a call center in response to coronavirus (COVID-19). The call center is available from 8 AM to 5 PM (MST), Monday – Friday. For any questions or concerns, you can reach the call center at (406) 548-0123. Non-English speaking options are available. To help alleviate the volume of calls, please consult Gallatin County Health Department website  https://www.healthygallatin.org/coronavirus-covid-19/ as well as DPHHS and CDC for general information about COVID-19.

The Health Department main number (406) 582-3100 is available for all after-hours questions.

Passenger Traffic at BZN:
As airlines continue to reduce their flight schedules, BZN has experienced a significant reduction in passenger traffic. We are now seeing passenger traffic at approximately 10% of normal.  However, despite these reductions, the airport is still open and flights are still operating.

COVID-19 Update - March 20, 2020

COVID-19 Update – March 20, 2020

IMPORTANT NOTICE:
Attention travelers returning from an international location:
Governor Bullock has issued a self-quarantine order for 14 days after your return. Please notify your health department. If you're a Gallatin County resident you can contact the health department at 406-548-0123 at your earliest convenience.

Additional Airport Information Regarding COVID-19

BZN COVID-19 - March 13, 2020

With the growing concerns of our travelers, visitors, and staff, the Airport Authority has compiled some of the common questions and answers we have been receiving during this stressful time for our passengers. 

Agenda for March 12, 2019 Board Meeting


Click here to view the agenda for the Board Meeting to be held Thursday, March 12, 2019 at 2:00pm.

Master Plan Chapters 1 & 2 Available for Review


This Master Plan for the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN) was undertaken by the Gallatin Airport Authority to outline a long range, orderly direction for airport development which will yield a safe, efficient, economical, and environmentally acceptable air transportation facility. The study was funded jointly by the Federal Aviation Administration and the Gallatin Airport Authority. This study, an update of the last full Master Plan completed in 2008, includes a review and revalidation of the information in the 2008 study.

Call for Art in the Expanded Terminal Building


A number of local artists have expressed a desire to donate or exhibit various works of art in the expanded Bozeman Yellowstone Int’l Airport terminal building. To provide an orderly and fair procedure to accept these works of art, the Gallatin Airport Authority establishes the following guidelines.

Parking Garage at BZN Awarded Concrete Excellence Awards by the Montana Contractors Association


Each year, the Montana Contractors Association takes time out to look back at the exceptional work of its members and recognize those who have excelled at their craft in the categories of building, concrete, environmental, and highway.

Agenda for February 13, 2019 Board Meeting


Click here to view the agenda for the Board Meeting to be held Thursday, February 13, 2019 at 2:00pm.

Summer 2020 Flight Schedule


BOZEMAN, MT (January 21, 2020).  Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN) is pleased to announce more seats to more cities from BZN this summer.  Overall, non-stop service will be offered to twenty markets (three more than last year) on eight airline brands (one more than last year).  Available seats for the May - October period are expected to increase approximately 24.4% over the previous record set in summer 2019.  The following is a recap of the summer flight schedules offered by destination as of 1/21/20 (schedules subject to change):
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