Transportation

Transportation

While Montana may seem worlds away, it’s easy to get here.


With two airports—Missoula International (MSO) and Glacier Park International (FCA)—serviced by Alaska/Horizon Air, Allegiant Air, Delta/SkyWest and United, there are plenty of routes to provide smooth travel plans for meeting attendees. Plus, direct flights regularly arrive from Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Phoenix/Mesa, Salt Lake City and Seattle. Seasonal flights arrive from Atlanta, Chicago, Portland and San Francisco/Oakland.

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Amtrak’s Empire Builder travels through the northern tier of Montana’s Glacier Country and makes stops in several Montana communities, including East Glacier, West Glacier and Whitefish.

If your meeting attendees are anything like us, they’d rather leave the driving to someone else. After all, taking in the sites and charm of Western Montana are part of what makes holding your business retreat or meeting here so ideal. For historic transportation in Glacier National Park, plan an outing on the park’s historic red buses. Or for international border transportation, call the folks at Airport Shuttle Express. They regularly provide cross-border transport for groups both large and small between Montana and Alberta.

If your convention or meeting attendees plan on driving to Western Montana, they’ll be surrounded by jaw-dropping scenery—complete with charming small towns en route—to keep them company. With our well-maintained highway system, anchored by Interstate 90 running east and west and Highway 93 running north and south, driving in Montana’s Glacier Country is easy.

Upon arrival in Western Montana, Missoula and Kalispell both offer shuttle services for meeting and convention attendees on luxury motor coaches, mini-buses, SUVs and historic trolleys. In addition, most of our major hotels provide complimentary shuttle service from the airport to the host property, with taxi services available in our larger communities.