News & Events
Inaugural Jet Service Celebration
On June 1, 2015, for the first time since 1978, the Yellowstone Airport welcomes back commercial jet service. Delta connections, operated by SkyWest replaced their 30-seat turboprop aircraft with 50-seat CRJ200’s (Canadair Regional Jet 200) which will increase the number of passengers by an estimated 30% this season. The increased traffic should provide a boost for the local economy and also make traveling easier and more comfortable than ever before.
Wings Into West Exhibit
"Wings Into West" tells the story of air service into West Yellowstone and the history of the airport, which is officially designated as “Yellowstone Airport”. The exhibit includes captivating photos, biographies, stories, and first-hand accounts of the local characters, pilots and airlines involved in the airport’s early days.
The display includes eight historically accurate 1:32 scale hand-crafted and hand-painted model airplanes designed especially for the Yellowstone Historic Center by Airborne Replicas and original artifacts such as historical advertisements, timetables, china, uniforms, and more. The exhibit is on display at Yellowstone Historic Center, 104 Yellowstone Avenue, West Yellowstone, MT.
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