Billings Logan International Airport BIL
serves the City of Billings in the State of Montana. It is a 2,300 acre facility, city-owned and operated, and is the gateway to Big Sky Country, Montana. When coming to Billings from any direction, Billings Airport is easy to find, as it is located on top of a local geological formation referred to as The Rim Rocks or The Rims.
The Airport is only two miles north of downtown Billings - off Highway 3, and accessible via I-90, and US 87.
With 3 runways and 422,220 passengers in 2016, Billings Logan International is served by airlines offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe.
As of June 2, 2017, American Airlines offers daily flights to Dallas-Fort Worth DFW and
Between July 2 and Sept. 5, 2017, United offers 3 weekly flghts to Chicago ORD
The passenger terminal has two Concourses.
Public Transportation from Billings Logan Airport: (
For shuttle service call either Phidippides Cody at 866-527-6789, or Billings Van & Shuttle at 406-256-9793). No public transport is available directly from the Airport. Buses/ Charters:
- Jefferson Lines (tel. 1-800-451-5333 - or visit www.ridejeffersonlines.com) offers long-distance connections.
- Karst Stage - tel. 1-800-845-2778
- The MET Transit Bus
is available in & around Billings (406-657-8218 or visit: http://ci.billings.mt.us/index.aspx?nid=259).
Current and future Airport developments:
In the planning stages are a $2.2M upgrade of Concourse B, which is to be extended and get more restrooms.