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Gallatin Field Air Service Program
Gallatin Field Airport Air Service Incentive Program
Historically, Gallatin Field Airport has not offered monetary incentives to airlines for new or increased service based on the philosophy that such service should be self-sustainable. However, with the well-documented struggles of the?xml:namespace>...
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (Pub.L. 111-5 Feb.17, 2009) "ARRA" investments at Gallatin Field
The Gallatin Airport Authority has an Other Transaction Agreement with the Department of Homeland Security Transportation Security Administration for "ARRA" investment to address the construction of Checked Inline Baggage Screening systems for Gallatin Field Airport. Further information is also available at www.Recovery.gov
The attached file is the Airport Sponsor Certification pursuant to Title XV, Sibtitle A, section 1511 of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (Pub.L. 111-5 Feb.17, 2009) "ARRA."
2009 Passenger Boardings Down 2.4%
The Air Traffic Control Tower at Gallatin Field handled 68,913 aircraft operations during the year. General aviation accounts for 75% of Gallatin Field’s aircraft operations. Scheduled passenger and cargo airline service accounts for...
Frontier to add 2nd Denver flight November 5th
DENVER, September 17, 2009 - Frontier Airlines (OTCBB: FRNTQ) today announced it will add one more daily frequency each to Bozeman’s Gallatin Field Airport (BZN), the Durango-La Plata County Airport (DRO) and Oklahoma City’s Will Rogers Airport (OKC). Frontier will serve these markets via Lynx Aviation. Lynx recently took delivery of its 11th Bombardier Q400 aircraft, allowing Lynx to expand its service.
“This clearly signals we are now in a growth mode,” said...
United Airlines to Offer Daily Bozeman-San Francisco for Winter Season
“Last summer’s and winter’s Saturday service to San Francisco was very popular with customers and its success was instrumental in United’s decision to make this winter’s service daily,” said Brian Sprenger, director of the Gallatin Field Airport.
Gallatin Field Airport will become...
Terminal Construction Information
Terminal Expansion Groundbreaking Ceremony
The Gallatin Airport Authority Board will be holding the following airline terminal expansion groundbreaking ceremony:
Where: Gallatin Field Airport – Terminal Building (West end)
Date: Thursday, July 9th.
Time: 2:00 p.m.
The public is invited.
Airline Terminal Expansion Approved
Airport Board Resolution Thanking Ted Mathis for 28 years of dedicated service to Gallatin Field.
Gallatin Airport Authority
Whereas, Mr. Theodore Mathis has served continuously as Airport Director of Gallatin Field from July 1, 1981 to May 31, 2009, and
Whereas, During his time of service Gallatin Field has increased passenger boardings nearly 500% to over 350,000 annually, and
Whereas, Airline service has increased from two airlines providing non-stop service to three states within one time zone to five airlines providing non-stop service to ten states in...
Notice of Public Hearing on a proposed project for the Gallatin Airport Authority and the issuance of airport revenue bonds therefor under Title 67, C
GALLATIN AIRPORT AUTHORITY
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Commissioners of the Gallatin Airport Authority (the “Authority”) will meet on May 14, 2009, at 3:00 p.m., in the Bridger Room in the airline terminal building at Gallatin Field Airport (the “Airport”), 850 Gallatin Field Road,Belgrade, Montana, and hold a public hearing on a proposed project consisting of financing a portion of the costs of expanding, improving, furnishing and equipping the airline