While Montana may seem worlds away, it’s easier than ever to get here. And, once you’re here, getting around is pretty simple, too.
With two major airports—Missoula (MSO) and Glacier Park (FCA)—serviced by Allegiant Air, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Sun Country Airlines and United Airlines, there are plenty of routes to provide smooth travel plans for group tours visiting Western Montana.
Direct flights regularly arrive from Dallas-Fort Worth, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Orange County, Phoenix-Mesa, Portland, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose and Seattle-Tacoma.
Seasonal flights arrive from Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago O’Hare, Houston, New York City and Oakland.
For group travel coming by train, Amtrak’s Empire Builder travels through the northern tier of Montana’s Glacier Country and makes stops in several Montana communities, including East Glacier Park, West Glacier and Whitefish.
Western Montana also has a well-maintained highway system that’s anchored by Interstate 90 running east and west and Highway 93 running north and south. Plus, all of our highways and roads are surrounded by jaw-dropping scenery—complete with charming small towns en route—as well as stunning views. Montana’s Glacier Country is also home to several rental car companies (ideal for FIT clients) and charter services, including Beach Transportation, Rocky Mountain Transportation and Airport Shuttle Express. Some of our cities also have transportation options that include historic trolleys and private tour buses.
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