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Terminal Construction Information

The Gallatin Airport Authority has embarked on a significant expansion of the airline terminal building. This expansion is the largest airline terminal expansion ever in the state of Montana. Unfortunately, this expansion will not come without some impact on our customers. The Gallatin Field Airport handles approximately 700,000 passengers every year. Of these passengers, 300,000 use rental cars, 100,000 use buses, taxis and shuttles and 300,000 are either dropped off at the terminal...

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

The Gallatin Airport Authority Board decided yesterday to proceed with a major airline terminal expansion. The $40 million project will more than double the size of the terminal and is expected to take two years to complete. The project will expand the number of gates from five to seven, provide a greatly expanded passenger screening checkpoint, add a third baggage claim carousel and increase food, beverage and retail concessions, particularly inside the concourse....
Airline Terminal Expansion

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


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


Brian Sprenger named Airport Director

The Gallatin Airport Authority Board announced today that Brian Sprenger, A.A.E. has been chosen from a field of over 200 applicants to become the new Airport Director at Gallatin Field.

Sprenger, who has served as Assistant Airport Director for the past ten years, will begin his duties on June 1st when long time Airport Director Ted Mathis, A.A.E. retires.

In making the announcement this afternoon, Board Chairman Richard Roehm said "Brian has the...

PUBLIC NOTICE: Notice of Intent to Impose and Use Passenger Facility Charges for Gallatin Field Airport, Belgrade, Montana

The Gallatin Airport Authority intends to file an application with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to impose and use Passenger Facility Charges (PFCs) for construction and consultant inspection costs of the terminal expansion project identified in the 2008 Master Plan Update at Gallatin Field Airport, Belgrade, Montana.


The Gallatin Airport Authority owns and operates Gallatin Field Airport, the air carrier airport serving the City of Bozeman, Gallatin County and Yellowstone National Park....

Airport Director Candidates

With the May 31 retirement of our long-time Airport Director, Ted Mathis, the Gallatin Airport Authority has been involved in a search for a replacement. Out of an initial group of over 200 applicants, the Airport Board has selected four finalists who will be interviewed on April 9 at 12:30 PM at the Gallatin Field terminal during the board meeting.

The final four candidates are:
• John Faulkner, Assistant Airport Director Colorado Springs,...

Northwest becomes Delta

On Tuesday, April 7th, the Northwest Airlines ticket counter will become Delta Air Lines and marks the end of nearly 62 years of service to Gallatin Field by Northwest Airlines. The first Northwest Airlines flight at Gallatin Field was on June 22, 1947. On behalf of all of us at the Gallatin Airport Authority we wish a fond farewell to Northwest Airlines and a thank you to all the Northwest employees who have...

2008 Passenger Boardings Break Record at Gallatin Field

A record 351,214 passengers boarded scheduled airline flights at Gallatin Field Airport in 2008, up 4.8% over the previous record set in 2007. New airline service by Frontier Airlines to Denver and Allegiant Air to Las Vegas as well as new seasonal non-stop service on United Express to Los Angeles all contributed to the record year.

The Air Traffic Control Tower at Gallatin Field handled 76,762 aircraft operations during the year. General...