Cheap flights to Montana

The state of Montana, located west of the United States can also be unofficially referred to as ‘Big Sky Country’ and ‘The Treasure State’. When in Montana the average temperature during daytime can go from -2 degrees Celsius or 28 degrees Fahrenheit in January, to 29.2 degrees Celsius or 84.5 degrees Fahrenheit in July. Its capital is Helena, while its largest city is Billings.


What to see & do

Ranking fourth, 44th, and 48th, in respective size, population, and population density of all the states of the United States, the state entertains millions of tourists who annually visit Glacier National Park, the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, and Yellowstone National Park, in addition to many.

Glacier National Park, located in Montana, is located along the Canada-United States border with Alberta and British Columbia. It is a 4,000-square-kilometre / one million-acre park that includes parts of two mountain ranges, more or less 130 lakes, along with more than 1,000 different species of plants, in addition to hundreds of animal species. 

Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument is within the immediate Crow Agency, Montana area and preserves the site of the Battle of the Little Bighorn which happened in June 25 and 26, 1876, and also serves as a memorial to those who fought in the battle. Within the battlefield is the Custer National Cemetery.

Yellowstone National Park is located mostly in Wyoming, with parts within Idaho and Montana. Widely held as the first national park in the world, it has many geothermal features, such as the Old Faithful Geyser, on top of its wildlife and natural treasures. 


How to get around within Montana 

Getting around Montana can be done through its mass transit services that include buses and railroads, in addition to interstate travel through the state highways and national U.S. routes within the state. The Montana bus network does not have a huge amount of intercity routes, however the Greyhound Lines gets to more or less 20 cities which include Helena, Sidney, and Bozeman, with one to five times a day travels. Some of the cities within Montana have their own bus service network which is provided by different transit corporations. The locales served by buses by ASUM Transportation, Mountain Line, MET Transit, and Great Falls Transit are Missoula, Billings, and Great Falls. Montana also has east to west transcontinental routes such as the Milwaukee Road, the Great Northern, and the Northern Pacific. Amtrak provides passenger rail services to all of Montana; there are 12 stations within Montana. When driving in Montana, among the Interstate highways that serve the state include I-15-Monida, Sweetgrass; I-115-Butte, Downtown Butte; I-315-Great Falls, Downtown Great Falls; I-90-Mullan, Ranchester; and I-94-Billings, Beach. Among the U.S. highways within Montana include US 2-Troy, Bainville; US 12-Lolo Hot Springs, Marmarth; US 20-Henrys Lake, Yellowstone National Park; US 87-Ranchester, Havre; US 89-Yellowstone National Park, Carway; US 93-Lost Trail Pass, Roosville; US 191-Yellowstone National Park, Loring; US 212-Red Lodge, Cooke City; US 287-Yellowstone National Park, Choteau; and US 310-Frannie, Laurel. 


How to get there

Serving Montana, United States is Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport. Located out of Bozeman in Gallatin County, Montana, it is the busiest airport in Montana in terms of passenger service. Among the airlines that operate flights in and out of Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport include Alaska Airlines operated by Horizon Air, Allegiant Air, Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection, Frontier Airlines, United Airlines, and United Express, with its flights to and from Seattle, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Minneapolis, Denver, Chicago, Denver, San Francisco, and seasonal flights to and from Portland, Atlanta, New York, Newark, Houston, and Los Angeles. 

Flights to Montana

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