Missoula MSO Airport Overview
MSO Airport is only 4 miles northwest from downtown Missoula - located off Highway 10 West, and easily accessible from the I-90 & Airway Blvd. interchange.
With two runways and an annual passenger count of about 650K, Missoula International Airport is served by major airlines and their affiliates offering direct flights to US hubs, with convenient connections.
NOTE: Passengers are reminded to arrive no later than 90 minutes prior to scheduled departure.
The passenger terminal at Missoula International Airport - with six boarding gates (3 are jet bridges & 3 are ground-level), 12 airline counters, 11 self-service kiosks, and 2 baggage carousels - offers restaurants and lounges, shops and newsstands, business center, rental car desks, and wireless internet access. The new Missoulian Visitors Information Center, staffed by volunteers, is located in the main lobby of the passenger terminal.
Current Airlines serving the passenger terminal:
Alaska - tel. 800-252-7522 - to Portland (seasonal), & Seattle
Allegiant - tel. 702-555-8888 - to Las Vegas, Los Angeles (seasonal), Phoenix-Mesa, & Oakland (seasonal)
Delta - tel. 800-221-1212 - to Atlanta (seasonal), Los Angeles (seasonal), Minneapolis & Salt Lake City
Frontier - tel. 800-432-1359 - to Denver
United - tel. 800-864-8331 - to Denver (seasonal), Chicago O'Hare (seasonal) & San Francisco (seasonal).
Transportation: Aside from opting for a taxi (Missoula Green Taxi, tel. 406-728-8294 or Yellow Cab 406-543-6644), or a shuttle (Airport Shuttle, tel. 406-543-9416). Bus service is available outside of the terminal's lower level.
- Mountain Line public buses (tel. 406-721-3333 - or visit: www.mountainline.com) - or their kiosk in the baggage claim area - serve weekdays with 11 trips to Missoula, with an additional morning express bus from the Lewis & Clark Transfer Center to the Airport at 5:30 am.
- Greyhound Bus Lines: tel. (406) 549-2339 or visit: www.greyhound.com
Present and future Airport developments: Missoula Airport experiences growing pains as parking spaces get filled up quickly, and early morning flyers have to put up with long lines. Consequently plans are in place to add 8 more airline gates and expanding the apron. The project is tentatively scheduled for 2021.