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Cheap flights to Montana from $54 One Way, $108 Round Trip

$108 return flights and $54 one-way flights to Montana were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

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Feb 18, 2020

Completely satisfied with what I got. Next time though I may not use economy.

Feb 16, 2020

Great let room!!!

Feb 13, 2020

Airline was timely just inconvenient to fly from Chicago to Seattle and then Kalispell

Dec 24, 2019

Im not sure if I was upgraded or if I actually booked comfort plus, but on my particular plane I ended up with what I think was the best seat possible, 5A. Tons and tons of leg room. Albeit a more important amenity on a longer flight than my 1hr jump, however, was nice nonetheless.

Jun 8, 2019

Flight attendants were friendly and professional. Pilot gave us an overview of flight before we took off. I appreciated the professionalism of the staff. Thanks for a great flight

Sep 11, 2018

Nice flight

Sep 7, 2018

Very smooth

Aug 29, 2018

Very pleased with the staff and flight

Jul 13, 2018

In general, all United 737 ‘s have coach seats with no leg room. To the extent that my knees are at the seat in front of me. I always get an isle seat or I simply will cancel my reservation entirely. The A380’s are better but still poor. Deluxe seating is too expensive. I used to be able to get an exit row seat or a bulk head seat for the asking…but no more. The 757 seems a little better. I especially love the screen controls on the top of the arm rests. It makes so much sense that every time you put your elbow there it sets the buttons off. I love it when the screen starts up when I am trying to get to sleep. Please thank the numb engineer that thought of that. In short, if I have the chance I fly Delta. This particular flight was nice because they gave us deluxe seating ...but we could not get a seat assignment ahead of time.

Jul 12, 2018

The only thing I didn’t like I was very cramped and could feel the people legs pushing on the back of my seat

Jun 16, 2018

Appreciated complimentary soft and alcoholic drinks onboard, not too many US based airlines do this these days...

Jun 15, 2018

Offered water throughout the flight.

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Deals For This Weekend's Flights

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
DAL Whitefish Jul 19 - Jul 23 $215
SEA Missoula Jul 19 - Aug 10 $246
DFW Bozeman Jul 18 - Jul 25 $263
LAX Missoula Jul 19 - Jul 23 $283
DFW Billings Jul 19 - Aug 3 $288
LAX Whitefish Jul 18 - Jul 22 $296
DEN Billings Jul 18 - Jul 20 $311
LAX Billings Jul 19 - Jul 24 $320
DEN Williston Jul 18 - Aug 5 $329
SEA Billings Jul 18 - Aug 7 $341
PDX Great Falls Jul 18 - Jul 31 $393
LAX Great Falls Jul 18 - Aug 3 $452
DFW Williston Jul 18 - Jul 25 $454
SEA Williston Jul 18 - Jul 30 $478
DAL Butte Jul 18 - Jul 25 $1,056
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Why You Should Take A Flight To Montana

Montana’s numerous mountain ranges, including the iconic Rockies, its vast and beautiful national parks, and protected Native American lands are just some of the reasons millions of people fly to Montana every year. The state offers a huge variety of things to do in the great outdoors and with its eclectic cultural scene there really is something for everyone.


When To Book Flights To Montana

Summer temperatures hit the mid-80s F, but the winters are long, cold (with temperatures between freezing and 7F. Montana is hugely popular for skiing, with slopes open from October, and other winter sports such as snowmobiles and sledding. Alongside the 15 developed ski runs and snowmobile trails, there are plenty of cross-country options too. Many visitors come to enjoy Yellowstone National Park and its seasonal attractions. It is busiest in summer and in winter much access is restricted – the off-peak spring and fall seasons can be the best time to visit.


How To Find The Best Flight Deals To Montana

With regular flights to Montana from many US cities, finding cheap flights to Montana is easy and when you book with Orbitz there are plenty of ways to find the best deals.

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Main Airports In Montana

Montana has 16 airports, of which half are considered major and the other eight offer minor commercial flights.

  • Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN)

Bozeman Yellowstone is Montana’s biggest and busiest airport, with some 800,000 passengers annually. Situated eight miles north of Bozeman, it is the nearest major airport in Montana to Yellowstone National Park’s north entrance, a 90-minute drive south.

  • Billings Logan International Airport (BIL)

Billings Logan is the second largest airport in Montana, with around 400,000 passengers yearly, and situated just two miles from the city of Billings. As well as nonstop connections to other U.S. states, the Cape Air local service has a hub serving five cities in Montana.

  • Yellowstone Airport (WYS)

Yellowstone Airport is a small, local airport just outside West Yellowstone, next to the west entrance of Yellowstone park. Services are seasonal.


Which Airlines Fly To Montana?

  • Alaska Airlines
  • American Airlines
  • United
  • Delta
  • Allegiant Air

How To Get To And Around Montana

Allow plenty of time to get around the vastness of Montana, which is the U.S.A.’s fourth largest state. Driving is the easiest option, with five interstate highways and 11 U.S. national routes. The state shares a border with Canada and there are 13 international road crossing points.

Amtrak runs Montana’s limited rail network, with 12 stations. A better option for state-wide public transportation is intercity buses. Greyhound connects Montana’s biggest cities, with intercity services offered up to five times daily depending on your destination. Within the main cities you can find high frequency local bus networks aimed at commuters, but also excellent for visitors. Missoula, for example, has 14 bus routes.


Places To Visit In Montana

Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone is the home of the Old Faithful geyser, which draws millions of visitors every year. The geothermal activity in this huge park, which spans 3,500 sq m, is just one attraction. Yellowstone has huge forests, alpine plains, bears and a vast array of flora and fauna, much of it unique. You can hike, camp, go fishing, visit the heritage center exhibitions or try one of the many official guided tours.

The Beartooth Highway

The Beartooth Highway is part of U.S. Route 212, running along the border with Wyoming and passing through the northeast entrance to Yellowstone National Park. The route, famous for its multiple steep bends, rises to 8,000 ft above sea level and affords breathtaking views of its dramatic landscapes. It is shut for most of Montana’s harsh winters and even in summer there may be storms and snow, but weather permitting it’s a thrilling trip.

Flathead Lake

Montana’s biggest natural lake, in the north-west corner of the state, was once glacial and is situated by the Flathead Indian Reservation. Twice a year it hosts the ‘Mack Days’ trout fishing competitions.

Big Sky Resort

An hour south of Bozeman, the Big Sky Resort is the U.S.A.’s second biggest ski resort and has Montana’s best snow facilities. As well as winter sports it’s a popular destination for ziplining, paintballing, tennis, and horseback riding. The aerial Lone Peak tramway runs to the summit of Lone Mountain, where visitors can enjoy awe-inspiring views.


Tips And Tricks For Traveling In Montana

Winters in Montana are harsh, with snow and ice on the ground from October to as late as May. Fit snow chains to your vehicle, carry plenty of food, water and survival kit, and check the status of roads before you travel.

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.